Knoll Unmult 32 bpc and Macintel Native

knoll unumultThat incredibly useful and completely free After Effects plug-in created by John Knoll, Unmult, does one thing only: it removes black from an image and replaces it with transparency, but it does it much better than any combination of built-in effects, and it’s now available for use in 32 bpc comps and native to Intel-based Macs here. Thanks to Red Giant for providing this and for creating some of the most useful plug-ins available anywhere, most of which making their way to full CS3 compatibility.

14 September 2007 | after effects, news | Comments

3 Responses to “Knoll Unmult 32 bpc and Macintel Native”

  1. 1 Anthony Kramer 14 September 2007 @ 2:41 pm

    Is there a windows version of this plug-in?

  2. 2 mc 15 September 2007 @ 6:42 am

    There is – the big news was that it hadn’t previously been Macintel/32 bit compatible, but links to the previous versions live here:

  3. 3 Unmult 23 October 2007 @ 4:09 am

    […] Unmult, by Knoll (download here). […]