OTOY previews OctaneRender 2.0, announces After Effects plug-in
During a presentation at the NVIDIA GPU Technology Conference, OTOY Inc. previewed the forthcoming version of its acclaimed OctaneRender software. OTOY also announced application support for Adobe After Effects, demonstrating the ability to import a complete 3D scene into the After Effects timeline which can then be edited in real-time. OctaneRender 2.0 builds on the incredible performance of previous versions, harnessing NVIDIA graphics processing units to dramatically accelerate rendering time. OctaneRender 2.0 will include new features such as displacement mapping, object motion blur, hair and fur rendering, OpenSubDiv surfaces support, rounded edges, improved sky rendering, region rendering, and more. The Adobe After Effects plug-in is expected to be released in the second half of 2014. [source]
ReelSmart Motion Blur 5 with GPU support for After Effects
RE:Vision Effects released ReelSmart Motion Blur 5 with GPU support for After Effects (CS5-CC), Final Cut Pro (10.
Flicker Free for After Effects, Premiere and Final Cut released
Digital Anarchy released Flicker Free, a powerful plug-in designed to deflicker video.
Native Instruments: 8 synths, 50% off
Virtual synths from Native Instruments are 50% off until March 17.
Magic Bullet Looks 2.5 released
Red Giant Software's color finishing plug-in Magic Bullet Looks for After Effects, Premiere, Final Cut Pro, Sony Vegas, and Avid systems, has been released in v2.
Flatiron 2.0 support 3ds Max 2015
3d-io GmbH released Flatiron 2.0, new version of its scene texture baking solution for Autodesk 3ds Max.
The Unity for PlayStation Mobile public preview
The preview version of the new Unity for PSM build option can be download as part of a dedicated version of the Unity engine with the PSM build option.
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