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The Foundry discontinues Keylight for Final Cut Pro
September is the last month that The Foundry will be selling and supporting key plugins for Apple’s Final Cut Pro and Adobe After Effects. The news is a blow to the FCP community who have remained with FCP 7 and 6.
Chaos Group Launches V-Ray for NUKE
Built on the same adaptive rendering core as V-Ray’s industry-standard plugins for Autodesk 3ds Max and Maya, V-Ray for NUKE is ready for all production pipelines.
Bricolage Node-based Compositor for iOS named to SIGGRAPH 2015 ‘Appy Hour’
Bricolage, the node-based compositor for iOS, has been selected for the SIGGRAPH Appy Hour showcase of innovative mobile apps. Bricolage takes full advantage of the powerful graphics hardware in your iPad or iPhone to process HD video in real time. Node-based compositing used to require a powerful desktop computer, now Bricolage puts it in the palm of your hand. The annual ACM/SIGGRAPH conference is the world’s premiere event for computer graphics.
NAB: Autodesk releases Smoke 2015 and optimized for new Mac Pro
Autodesk adds powerful effects controls, integration with Apple’s Final Cut Pro X and hardware optimization for the new Mac Pro in the latest Smoke 2015
AutoSplit for FCP X, Premiere Pro, After Effects & Motion
AutoSplit allows you to set the scale, crop and hold position of your box to literally any value.
Foundry announces MARI for Mac, following special Mac Pro session at WWDC
Following the MARI for OS X preview at the special session on the new Mac Pro at WWDC 2013, the Foundry announced MARI for Mac today
wondertouch releases new Pro Projects V1 and Feb emitters
wondertouch releases Pro Projects vol. 1 for particleIllusion 3.0 and new Feb. Emitter Library.
MWSF: Details on Autodesk Toxik 2009
Architosh had a private press briefing with Autodesk at Macworld Expo – This article provides more details, background and photos of the new Mac native Autodesk Toxik 2009.
MWSF: Autodesk Loves Apple – New Mac Ports Coming
Autodesk will make major announcements at Macworld Expo tomorrow that point to a more robust support of the Mac within their software portfolio.