Eyeon Development Commitment Secured with Fusion 6.4

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TORONTO, Canada - eyeon Software has released Fusion 6.4, which includes a number of major features, such as the recently-acclaimed eyeon Connection for a streamlined workflow with AVID editing systems, bringing the power of Fusion directly into the AVID timeline.

In release 6.4, eyeon continues to extend the support of leading capturing technologies with the direct ARRI raw format loading from Alexa cameras, Vision Research Phantom Cine raw loading, together with RED, making a comprehensive color pipeline for Digital Cinema cameras. Only Fusion can analyze, display, playback, compare, and tune the color telemetry and transcode to many formats. With Scopes, 3DLuts, professional 3D monitor support, and added support for Panalog, Sony S-Log, ARRI LogC, Canon Log, RED Log, Viper, it is possible to mix many camera formats and achieve a consistent look. For comprehensive integration, ARRI color spaces have been added to Fusion's Gamut tool.

Considered by advanced artists as possibly one of the most exciting developments in Fusion, Replicate 3D is a new tool that allows for Geometry Particles. To replicate 3D shapes at the vertex positions of any mesh offers unlimited potential. In addition, this extreme 3D tool sports the full set of Jitter and Transform options seen in Duplicate3D.

eyeonScript now contains LPeg, an extensive pattern-matching library for Lua. Additional updates include support for the PFTrack lens distortion model has been added to the LensDistort tool to further ensure a seamless pipeline with the PixelFarm products; extension of the DirectX view over two monitor; multi-frame editing of Polylines for previous or following key times only; Windows 8 compatibility; and several architectural and functionality updates.
Fusion 6.4 Linux is also available and now supports CentOS 6 and OpenSUSE 64 bit distributions.
Fusion 6.4 is now available.

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