Latest Baselight for NUKE ensures perfect colour compliance in VFX Posted: 29/08/2017

FilmLight, the leading colour science and grading specialist, is introducing a powerful new version of Baselight for NUKE at IBC2017 (Amsterdam, 15 19 September, stand 7.F31). The plugin for the leading VFX software from The Foundry has been further enhanced to meet the requirements of creative artists working on collaborative projects.

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The Foundry delivers increased performance and efficiency with NUKE 10 Posted: 13/04/2016

The FoundryIts been almost a decade since The Foundry took over development of NUKE and in that time weve focused on consistently delivering new features that have broadened the scope of its user base and made it the global tool of choice for anyone delivering high-end media productions, no matter how big or small.  We also expanded the NUKE family with the launch of NUKEX and NUKE STUDIO, said Andy Whitmore, chief product officer at The Foundry.

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Imagineer Systems Releases mocha 4.1 Posted: 06/11/2014

Imagineer Systems, creators of the Academy Award-winning mocha® Planar Tracking technology, announced today the availability of mocha Pro 4.1and mocha Plus 4.1. A free update for existing mocha 4 users, version 4.1 adds a number of new features, including open spline mask export, spline warp export for NUKE, and support for OpenEXR 2.0.

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FilmLight launches at IBC2014 Posted: 22/09/2014

FilmLight showcased a broad range of new functionality for the first time at IBC2014 (Amsterdam, 1216 September), designed to seamlessly integrate with todays evolving workflows. Daylight, the new near-set colour grading tool, featured on the FilmLight stand (7.F31) alongside the latest product in the Baselight Editions range, Baselight for NUKE, and the latest release of Baselight 4.4m1.

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MochaImport+ for NUKE Bridges Complex VFX Pipelines Posted: 01/04/2014

Imagineer Systems, creators of the Academy Award-winningmocha® Planar Tracking technology, and mamoworld, innovative developer of motion graphics and VFX software, today announced the release of MochaImport+ for NUKE. The newest VFX utility application to come out of the long-standing partnership between Imagineer Systems and mamoworld, MochaImport+ for NUKE bridges data flow between NUKE and mocha Pro, allowing visual effects artists to work seamlessly on complex compositing and tracking projects using their go to visual effects applications.

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Azule helps Milk kit out new London facilities Posted: 24/07/2013

Milk, the boutique visual effects company that launched in June, has today announced that it has completed the initial technical roll-out at its new facility in Londons Fitzrovia. The company has invested in a range of specialist hardware and software solutions, including Autodesk® Maya® 3D animation software, Nuke X from the Foundry, Arnold render licenses, CandIT Warp hard disk storage and Fat Twin render nodes, thanks to a swift and competitive leasing solution from Azule Finance.

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LipSync Post, the leading Soho full-service post-production facility, has invested in a range of new equipment and major upgrades for its audio, VFX and DI departments. The investment, worth approximately £400,000, demonstrates LipSync's continuing confidence despite the shaky economy, and its ongoing commitment to provide clients with the latest and greatest technology available. Recent high-profile and critically-acclaimed productions include Kick Ass, Fantastic Mr Fox, Nowhere Boy and Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll.

Jon Diamond, Managing Director for the LipSync Group of Companies, said, "Thanks to our talented post-production teams we are welcoming both returning clients and new business to LipSync, and have a very healthy roster of current and future film and television work even in these gloomy times. This investment underlines our commitment to remain at the forefront of the UK post market."

In the audio department, LipSync has upgraded all its Avid Pro Tools systems to version 8, and has installed new HD projectors in each of its mixing theatres in order to give clients better quality pictures to go with their sound edit.

The in-demand VFX department is now equipped with 20 Nuke licences for all its 2D compositing work, and has also expanded its render farm by 30%. In addition it has installed a new hi-res projector in its dedicated VFX screening room.

The DI department also benefits from 3D software which is now available on its three suites - two QuantelPablo systems and one Quantel iQ system - and a JVC 3D monitor has been installed. LipSync is seeing a marked upsurge in 3D interest, with two projects completed and formal discussions progressing on several new 3D productions.
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Cooke Optics and The Foundry collaborate to improve post process Posted: 27/10/2009
Cooke Optics Ltd., the premier manufacturer of precision lenses for the motion picture industry, today announced that it is working with The Foundry to incorporate /i Technology into Nuke, the powerful compositing application. /i Intelligent Technology enables the recording of extremely accurate, frame-by-frame lens and camera data, saving visual effects artists hours of time in post production by eliminating the need to guess lens parameters and camera information.

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