If you're an After Effects user, check out our range of AE plug-ins, developed by the same teams that brought you NUKE.
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CAMERATRACKER for After Effects allows you to pull 3D motion tracks and matchmoves without having to leave AE. It analyses the source sequence and extracts the original camera's lens and motion parameters, allowing you to composite 2D or 3D elements correctly with reference to the camera used to film the shot.
You can now match camera moves within Adobe® After Effects®' 2.5D environment, opening up new, robust options for the placement of composite elements, such as the creation of Fringe/Heroes style 'in scene' titles, insertion of animated design elements, match-moved virtual set extensions, motion-tracked projection mapping and much more.
Rolling shutter effects are commonly found with video cameras employing CMOS image sensors, which record every frame line-by-line from top to bottom of the image, rather than as a single snapshot of a point in time.
Using Local Motion Estimation technology, we can individually correct parts of the image that are moving relative to the camera, even if they are moving in different directions or at different speeds, as this introductory video demonstrates:
KRONOS is a Hollywood quality CUDA GPU accelerated retiming plug-in for After Effects based on our Academy Award®-winning FURNACE algorithms. Use KRONOS for retiming, speed-ramping, time-remapping and slow-motion effects, plus the addition of realistic motion blur.
Retiming is useful when you have to make something fit an allotted time segment, or want to creatively move in "super slow-motion". KRONOS produces far superior results by creating brand new frames using optical flow/motion estimation, demonstrated in this video:
KRONOS 5.0 is the first product to use our ground breaking Blink technology. Blink is the framework which translates our algorithms to run on your GPU, in this case, utilising NVidia's CUDA technology.
KEYLIGHT - The Foundry's award winning production-proven blue and green screen keyer - comes bundled with recent versions of After Effects. It's fast, simple to use and particularly good at tackling reflections, semi-transparent areas and hair. Why not try it out?
KEYLIGHT has been refined over the years to make keying quicker and easier, whilst providing a depth to the tools that will tackle even the most challenging shots. The plug-in comes with a suite of tools to erode, soften, despot and otherwise manipulate the matte should the need arise, as well as the inclusion of separate colour correction, suppression and edge correction tools to fine-tune the result.
Check out Steve Wright's NUKE for After Effects Users' Webinar, available on FilmMakingWebinars.com.