Awards and Honors


3D Invigorator

Photoshop User magazine, 'Hot Pick'
"The bottom line is that this is a powerful 3D creation and manipulation tool that's relatively easy to use and priced to sell." Read more

Digital Arts magazine, 'Best Buy' award
"3D Invigorator really is a 3D tool for digital artists and illustrators who’ve never looked beyond Photoshop’s layers for compositing due to 3D’s complexity and painful initial curve, as it’s powerful and accessible and is capable of producing great results. Read more

Beauty Box Photo

Photoshop User magazine, 'Hot Pick'
"I processed all 36 images in a snap and when I went back to fine-tune the images, I was surprised to discover that none was needed... If you shoot weddings, buy it. You'll pay for it by the hours you'll save on your first wedding." Read more


Digital Arts magazine (formerly Digit), 'Best Buy' award
"[A]n excellent tool for designers working with large numbers of well-shot cutouts — catalogue designers will find it a godsend — though you or your photographer will have to invest in some greenscreen paint." Read more

Photoshop User magazine 'Best Buy' recommendation
"I'd recommend Digital Anarchy's Primatte Chromakey 2.0. The program is easy to learn and comes with an excellent manual, not to mention Digital Anarchy's friendly support staff." Read more

Digit magazine 'Best Buy' award
"The user interface is more sophisticated than Cinematte's... It's easier to get satisfactory semi-transparent hair cutouts." Read more

Beauty Box Video

Layers magazine Best Video Software Plugin of the Year
"Beauty Box automatically detects skin, smoothes it out in a realistic way, and it doesn't touch anything in the frame that isn't part of the actor's face." Read more

EventDV magazine Winner's Circle, The Best of NAB 2010
"Enter Beauty Box, a plug-in for After Effects, Premiere Pro CS4, and Final Cut Pro that can pinpoint and smooth these skin problems without affecting the rest of the frame." Read more

TV Technology Mario Award, NAB Show 2010
"[T]he Mario Awards were established to recognize products that represent significant technical breakthroughs—many of these products and services have gone on to significantly impact the future of audio and video technology." Read more