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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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Autodesk announces Maya 2016 Extension 2 and 3ds Max 2017, acquires Solid Angle
19.04.2016

Autodesk 3ds Max 2017 screenshot At NAB 2016, Autodesk, Inc. announced the latest versions of its subscription-based 3D animation software, including Maya 2016 Extension 2 and 3ds Max 2017. Extension 21 for Maya adds new capabilities for creating 3D motion graphics via a procedural, node-based workflow; updated render management; and new character creation workflows with a new quick rig tool and shape authoring enhancements that allow artists to create, rig and animate characters faster. New 3ds Max 2017 offers artists a fresh new look as well as modeling, animation and rendering enhancements, including a new UI with support for high DPI displays; fast, physically-based renderer Autodesk Raytracer Renderer (ART); and additional updates, including UV mapping, object tool and animation productivity enhancements; a scene converter for moving from one renderer to another or to real-time engines; and tighter pipeline integration via an improved Python/.NET toolset. 3ds Max 2017 and Maya 2016 Extension 2 are available now. Autodesk has also announced it has acquired Solid Angle, developer of Arnold, an advanced, ray-tracing image renderer for high-quality 3D animation and visual effects creation used in film, television and advertising worldwide. Acquisition terms were not disclosed. Also of note is a new cooperation between Autodesk and Google Cloud Platform to deliver scalable compute services for its M&E software. The two are launching a new cloud-optimized ZYNC service for Autodesk Maya 2016, which will allow users to render 3D scenes created in the software on the Google Cloud Platform. [source]

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Try The Foundry's Colorway for free
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April update of Adobe Experience Design CC
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New firmware for RED cameras supports Avid DNxHR and DNxHD codecs
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