eyeon Announce New Features for Fusion 7
In a recent webinar, Steve Roberts (CEO) of eyeon Software, released information on the next version of Fusion 7.
These updates included:
Highlight added to the side of an key-framed parameter.
Quick setting of node base and text color directly from the node itself.
New 3D preferences including: Grid control (line width and line colour), Adjustment of near and far clipping plans, and Define default lighting in the views based in intensity and position.
Better flow alignment prediction.
Customisation of the complete UI including remove, undock, add or float any major view.
New drag and drop navigation system.
New Alembic import.
Updated FBX import to cover version 2014.
Velocity Channel Pass Rendering.
Ambient Occlusion backed directly into the vertex colors.
Creation of screen space Ambient Occlusion.
Horizontal and Vertical Overscan functionality.
Replacement of object Normal’s tool.
Creation of an imagePlane based on selected CV’s (Points).
Creation of Locators or other 3D objects based on selected CV position.
The ability to add Annotations to CV’s.
Addition of a Domain Clip option for pushing the DoD outside the image area.
Ability to adjust 3D Splines in the Viewport.
Open Colour I/O support.
Gamma and LUT conversion directed in Loaders and Savers.
Procedural 3D noise function.
3D Projectors casting light through volumes.
Onion Skinning added to roto tools.
Highlight of frame number on roto tools (on mouse hover).
Plot of points on Roto tools for seeing point direction over time.
New Roto Assist (using edge detection technologies).