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The Foundry will unveil Nuke 5.1 and Ocula, the company’s stereo plug-in toolset, at IBC2008.
Nuke 5.1 offers new 64-bit capabilities as well as optional 64-bit plug-ins, including Furnace, Keylight, Tinder and Tinderbox 1, 2 and 3 plug-ins. Other updates include a PLE, support of the FBX 3-D interchange format, and an extended bicubic card that provides greater control over shape.
The Foundry also will release its debut set of plug-ins for Apple Final Cut Pro. FCP 6 users will be able to purchase Keylight and Furnace, accessing the company’s motion estimation and keying technology for the first time.
See The Foundry at IBC Stand 7.F28, or visit www.thefoundry.co.uk.
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