REALVIZ To Ship MatchMover 3.0 In Late Summer

REALVIZ has announced the upcoming release of MatchMover Professional 3.0 at this summeris Siggraph. MatchMover is a tool designed for 3D motion controlled animation used in professional film and broadcast environments. The latest release features support for OS X and other enhancements including multiple camera and object tracking. According to REALVIZ

REALVIZ, a leader in image processing software development, announced today, that Siggraph 2003 will provide the backdrop for the debut of MatchMover Professional 3.0, the very latest version of their acclaimed automatic tracking software.

With development schedules exceeding prior expectations, the Company is now pleased to confirm, that there will be a cross-platform launch of version 3.0 in late Summer 2003, making the application available to Linux and Mac OSX users for the very first time.

REALVIZ MatchMover Professional is the professional way to automatically track 3D camera data and motion from videos and film sequences, whilst offering users the ability to move smoothly back and forth between Automatic and Manual processes, with no interruption of workflow, providing the ease of automatic tracking, with the precision control matchmoving professionals demand.

In addition to a significantly enhanced interface, offering users a fresher and smoother workflow approach, version 3.0 also encompasses an array of additional new features, which have been designed in close collaboration with leading post production houses in Europe and Hollywood. These include:

  • The handling of motion control data
  • 3D object model-based tracking
  • 3D tracking of cameras and multiple objects in the same session
  • The handling of survey points
  • A new graph editor toolbox
  • Motion capture

You can find more information about the upcoming MatchMover Professional release at the REALVIZ Web site. MatchMover Professional will be available for US$2,000.00.

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