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HitFilm combines editing, visual effects and compositing

14.07.2011

FXhome HitFilm Ultimate video compositing After Effects particles screenshot FXhome released HitFilm, a new video product that ties 3D compositing, visual effects and video editing together in one application. Available in two versions, HitFilm Standard and HitFilm Ultimate, the software includes 3D cameras with depth of field and motion blur simulation, multiple keying filters for high quality green screen removal and extensive masking capabilities. Color filters provide essential color correction and stylish color grading tools. Realistic effects include explosions, gunfire, light flares, shockwaves, sparks and debris. HitFilm Ultimate includes a fully customizable particle simulator with sophisticated physics behavior with deflectors and forces, procedural fire and lightning and the ability to import 3D camera tracking data. HitFilm Standard ($149 US / 120 EUR, 105 GBP) and HitFilm Ultimate ($399 US / 325 EUR / 285 GBP) are available now for 32- and 64-bit Windows systems. Demos are available here. [source]

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Lytro brings Light Field technology to film and TV production
12.04.2016

Lytro Cinema video Lytro introduced Lytro Cinema, the world's first Light Field solution for film and television production. The breakthrough capture system enables the complete virtualization of the live action camera -- transforming creative camera controls from fixed on set decisions to computational post-production processes -- and allows for historically impossible shots. Designed for cutting edge visual effects, Lytro Cinema represents a complete paradigm shift in the integration of live action footage and computer generated (CG) visual effects. The rich dataset captured by the system produces a Light Field master that can be rendered in any format in post-production and enables a whole range of creative possibilities that have never before existed. Lytro Cinema comprises a camera, server array for storage and processing, which can also be done in the cloud, and software to edit Light Field data. The entire system integrates into existing production and post-production workflows, working in tandem with popular industry standard tools. Lytro Cinema will be available for production in Q3 2016 to exclusive partners on a subscription basis. [source]

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Cubase Pro 8.5 trial available
Steinberg releases a free Cubase Pro 8.5 trial version which is fully functional for 30 days. [more]
 
BeatEdit for Premiere Pro
Mamoworld released BeatEdit for Premiere Pro, a plug-in for automatic detection of beats in music and representing them as markers in the Premiere Pro timeline. [more]
 
Try The Foundry's Colorway for free
The Foundry has announced the evolution of its Colorway application to address the needs of today's design industry. [more]
 
 
April update of Adobe Experience Design CC
Adobe released the first update of Adobe Experience Design CC, its visual design and prototyping application. [more]
 
Grass Valley rolls out EDIUS 8.2
EDIUS from Grass Valley is offering a number of new creative features in version 8. [more]
 
New firmware for RED cameras supports Avid DNxHR and DNxHD codecs
RED Digital Cinema released a free firmware update for all DSMC2 cameras containing support for Avid DNxHR and DNxHD recording formats. [more]
 
 

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