Pixel_Encoder Update 1.4
A Quick Message About Pixel_Encoder
When I initially created Pixel_Encoder, all I wanted was to create an interesting ASCII-inspired effect. I had no idea that in the coming months Pixel_Encoder would be used by hundreds of artists to create their own content for the world to see. It's been an incredible journey so far, and I can't thank you guys enough for your support.
In Update 1.4, I've essentially re-created the entire product from the ground up to make it even more powerful and easier than ever to use in your existing workflows.
Of course, product-changing rollouts like these are rarely free of issues, so if you run into any problems whatsoever, please feel free to reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Update 1.4 brings Pixel_Encoder into the native plugin world. What does this mean exactly? Well, starting now, you can use Pixel_Encoder the same way you would use any of your other plugins. Simply open your project, select a layer, and apply Pixel_Encoder from the Effects windows.
And not only that, this update brings TONS of new features including:
- Native plugin support for Premiere Pro and After Effects
- Pattern scaling
- Dynamic aspect ratios
- Greatly improved performance
- And more!
New Security Measures
Additionally, Update 1.4 brings new security measures. There's been a considerable uptick of third-party sites stealing and distributing my products over the last year, so, to combat this, I've implemented a watermarked licensing system.
What this means for you, is that, after you install this update and apply it for the first time, you'll see a big "X" across the image. This is a simple watermark that can be removed by entering a license key.
License keys will be provided for free to anyone who purchased Pixel_Encoder prior to Update 1.4. To obtain your free license key, simply fill out the form here or click the button below.
Please be aware that I will be manually fulfilling all license requests, so it may take some time to process everything.
Want Pixel_Encoder for your next project?
You can purchase Pixel_Encoder by clicking here.