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Imagineer Systems launches mocha Pro, and mocha AE v2.5

16.11.2010

Imagineer Systems mocha AE plug-in After Effects Final Cut Imagineer Systems announced the immediate availability of its newest 64-bit VFX software, mocha Pro. Leveraging more than 8 years of engineering research and development, mocha Pro delivers all the planar tracking and rotoscoping tools from the award winning mocha, and adds compositing tools for match moving, auto image and wire removal, clean plate generation, lens distortion correction and stabilization, to deliver an all-in-one master VFX tool set. Also announced was an enhanced version of mocha for After Effects, the company's stand alone tracking and roto tool for the After Effects community. Now re-named mocha AE, this tool now extends its support to both the After Effects and Final Cut Pro applications. While Adobe After Effects CS4 and CS5 continue to ship with free copies of mocha for After Effects, these customers are offered a streamlined upgrade path to the new mocha AE v2.5. Mocha Pro is available immediately priced at $1,495 US (node-locked license) or $1,695 US (cross-platform floating license), existing users can upgrade from any Imagineer Systems product for $895 US and $1,095 US, respectively. Mocha AE v2.5 is also available immediately and is priced at $249.00 US and as a $99.00 US upgrade for Adobe CS4 & CS5 customers. Mocha Shape plug ins for After Effects and Final Cut Pro are now included free of charge with all new mocha products, including mocha Pro, mocha and mocha AE. Demo versions are available here. [source]

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Panasonic ships new VariCams!
16.10.2014

Panasonic VariCam HS S35 35mm photoPanasonic announced the immediate availability of its highly-anticipated VariCam models, the VariCam 35 and VariCam HS. The VariCam 35's superb image handling in multiple formats ranging from pristine 4K RAW to more practical 4K, UHD, 2K, HD and ProRes capture formats make it an unparalleled tool for high-end filmmaking, commercials and episodic production as well as live 4K events. With high-speed 1080p image capture of up to 240 fps, the companion 2/3" VariCam HS produces extraordinary high-definition imagery for the most demanding documentary, sports or SFX slow-motion applications. The VariCam 35 and VariCam HS incorporate an innovative design whereby the 4K and 2/3" camera heads are separate from but dockable to the common, shared recording module, enabling professionals to switch between S35 and B4 camera heads to best suit their creative needs. This system flexibility can be expanded with an umbilical cable between the S35 4K camera and the AVC-ULTRA recorder, providing "box" camera functionality for jibs, cranes and other remote camera needs. Both models feature a removable control panel to facilitate real-time control and easy menu access when the camera is in a fixed or remote position. They offer a production-tough aluminum alloy body to assure durability and reliability in the most challenging shooting locations. The VariCam 35 utilizes a new Panasonic Super 35mm MOS sensor for 4096 x 2160 (17:9) 4K image capture; this imager when combined with the AVC-ULTRA codecs for 4K enables very manageable and practical 4K production file sizes. The new imager boasts an impressive 14+ stops of latitude, and faithfully captures high-contrast, wide dynamic range imagery without compromise. Through a strategic product development alliance with Codex Digital, Panasonic also plans to deliver a high-speed 4K uncompressed RAW recorder for the VariCam 35 camera. This dedicated recorder will capture uncompressed 4K VariCam RAW (V-RAW) at up to 120 fps, bolstering the VariCam 35's suitability for high-end cinema applications. Professional interfaces include 4x 3G-HD-SDI for 4K quad output; an HD-SDI out for monitoring (down-converted from 4K); a dedicated VF HD-SDI output complete with all of the EVF status and display data; and two XLR inputs to record four channels of 24-bit, 48 kHz audio. The VariCam 35 features a standard 35mm PL mount and uses Panasonic's new expressP2 card for high frame rate and 4K recording. The camera is equipped with a total of four memory card slots. The VariCam 35 has a suggested list price of $55,000 US; the VariCam HS has a suggested list price of $46,000 US. Both prices include the AU-V35C1G S35 4K or AU-V23HS1G 2/3" 1080p camera head, plus the AU-VREC1G common recorder, AU-VCVF1G OLED viewfinder, and the AU-VSHL1G shoulder pad/tripod mount. [source]

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PlantFactory and VUE 2014.6 PLEs
The "Personal Learning Edition" of PlantFactory and Vue, e-ons virtual nature products, are now updated for the recently announced 2014. [more]
 
The Foundry launches COLORWAY for CINEMA 4D
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Adobe After Effects CC 2014.0.2
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Blender 2.72b
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New update for Blackmagic Studio Cameras enables zoom control
Blackmagic Design released a new 1.9.8 update for its cameras, enabling zoom control using LANC on MFT lenses that support electronic control of zoom, on Blackmagic Studio Camera models. [more]
 
 

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