Analyze source footage to reproduce original camera movement and realistically composite elements into your shots.
With the new 3D tracker, you can better composite elements into a scene respecting real-world position, motion, and scale relative to the objects in a video sequence. A generated point cloud that references locations in 3D space makes it possible to snap an object into a specific location within a shot.
Timeline FX brings new effects tools, enhanced rendering performance, and the ability to reorder effects without leaving the video editing timeline.
With the redesigned Timeline FX feature set:
Work quickly with increased interactivity, easier navigation of large media folders, and improved performance when working with 3D scenes.
Performance improvements include:
Accelerate your effects workflow with support for the new Apple Mac Pro and Mac OS X 10.9 (Mavericks), and take full advantage of the power of Smoke.
An enhanced XML workflow with Apple Final Cut Pro X makes it easier to move between editing and effects.
Improved XML support offers more accurate translation of speed changes, timeline effects, and improved interoperability when moving projects from Final Cut Pro X to Smoke. Smoke sequences can now be exported to an XML format with an accompanying QuickTime media file that can be imported by Final Cut Pro X and DaVinci Resolve.
Take advantage of more flexible hardware configurations with the addition of support for video I/O using Blackmagic Design cards and devices.