At SIGGRAPH 2012 this year Andersson Technologies LLC, the developer of SynthEyes 3D Tracking software for Windows and Mac OS X, announced a new development schedule for their software that breaks major and minor updates into a two-track release cycle. They also showed the latest version of SynthEyes 1208, which includes a node-based “Phase” system for controlling the solver, new survey-shot workflow features, rolling shutter compensation in solves, corner auto-tracking, and a user-interface revamp.
The new two-track release cycle enables new versions to arrive on the Advanced track and then move to a Release track. This way new features can reach and assist customers even more rapidly. According to company founder Russ Andersson, it makes for a simpler and more predictable approach for everyone.
New Intro and Pro versions replace the previous 32- and 64- bit versions. Some features, such as Phases, are not available in the Intro version. Both versions are available on Windows and Mac OS X. And a new cross-platform option is available to users with both Windows and Mac OS X computers.
SynthEyes 1208 is available now for both Windows and Mac OS X and the Pro version is 599.USD and Intro is 399.USD. To learn more go here.
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