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Announcement   Announcement : Tricks & Treats from DiscreetFX
   posted by DiscreetFX on 31-Oct-2009 19:42:17 (1716 reads)
Chicago, Illinois – October 31st, 2009

For Immediate Release

DiscreetFX has several Tricks and Treats for this Halloween!

Ten years ago on this very night DiscreetFX released ScaryFX for Amiga Video Toaster and it caused much fear and fright. Now as the eve of Halloween grows near it's time to give TriCaster, SpeedEDIT & VT[5] a scare. Witches, devils and ghouls. Skeletons, demons and monsters loom. Zombies, sexy demonic females and tombstones. ScaryFX part II is now haunting all TriCaster's, VT[5]'s and SpeedEDIT installations. Amiga Video Toaster 4000 & Flyer customers will not be left out. ScaryFX II will soon be available for those editing systems before you can scream and shout.



ScaryFX was launched in 1999 and was DiscreetFX's first independently developed product. Amiga Video Toaster 4000 customers enjoyed it and we want to give them a chance to enjoy the sequel as well. Late tonight our iShop will change and have a section devoted to Amiga OS, MorphOS and Amiga Video Toaster. For too long the DiscreetFX iShop has been loaded with primarily Windows based editing effects products.

For a special treat we have also increased the Open Video Toaster bounties to a new evil amount just for Halloween. Check that out via the link below.

Open Video Toaster

If you want to buy ScaryFX II you will have to act fast. The special introductory price will only be for the next 66.6 hours.

DiscreetFX iShop

Best regards

DiscreetFX Team
    

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Re: Tricks & Treaks from DiscreetFX
Posted on 31-Oct-2009 20:25:50
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Link to original ScaryFX press release on Amiga Web Directory, wow how time flys!


http://www.cucug.org/amiga/aminews/1998/981024-panagouleas.html

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Re: Tricks & Treaks from DiscreetFX
Posted on 1-Nov-2009 4:48:00
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Extended Amiga & MorphOS product page now online. Just minutes before Halloween ended.

http://www.discreetfx.com/amigaproducts.html


Due to customer demand we are now on Twitter too! Follow us there if that is you're thing.

http://twitter.com/DiscreetFX

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Re: Tricks & Treaks from DiscreetFX
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Good luck with the sales:)

Thanks for the link to the Amiga web directory now I just wasted my entire saturday night

Went browsing through the archives and refreshing my memories about the Escom deal, Gatesway's shift to first Qnx and then Linux before they sold off everything.

Damned Escom, if we had just had a buyer with a better economy back then. Escom's blind vision of growth for borrowed money was just plain naive IMHO.

I still wonder were we had been now if Gatesway had sticked to Qnx and spend the time giving it a complete Amiga makeover (like OSX to BSD or like Anubis to Linux?). I also remember the resistance towards qnx and Linux from the community as we all wanted PPC's back then and believed almost every word from Pios and P5

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