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SynthEyes Universal Binary In Development

SynthEyes Universal Binary In Development

by , 9:10 AM EST, March 2nd, 2006

Andersson Technologies announced that it is working on an Intel-compatible version of SynthEyes 2006.5 on Thursday. SynthEyes is a 3D camera tracking application. It includes features like motion capture, object building, object tracking, camera plus object tracking, multiple-shot tracking, tripod (nodal) tracking, zooms, lens distortion, light solving, RAM playback, image preprocessing, rotoscoped object separation and more. It also exports to around 25 common animation and compositing packages.

A demonstration version of the Universal Binary SynthEyes is available on request. A final release date and upgrade pricing have not been released yet. More information is available at the Andersson Technology Web site. SynthEyes 2006 is priced at US$399.

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