[Sidefx-houdini-list] COP bright broken?
P. Alex Lim
list at poh-yee.com
Fri Jul 28 12:38:36 EDT 2006
But I supposed that COPs (or Halo 3, erm... I mean, Halo... erm.... nm)
*could be* a contender in compositing market if SESI really pour
resources into it, yes? Nuke, IMHO, is actually very fast and nice,
aside from it's GUI quirkiness at times. :) But then again, I am no
compositor to make any serious opinions in this area...
John Coldrick wrote:
> On Friday 28 July 2006 11:46, Peter Robbinson wrote:
>> On Fri, 2006-28-07 at 15:33 +0100, louis at realisestudio.com wrote:
>>> Dudes, lets be clear aboutthis, COPs needs to compete against Nuke, not
>>> Shake. It's all there for the taking!
>> Why do you say this Louis?
> I suspect because Shake is dead, no further development is being done on it
> and there's not a lot of serious highend compositing apps out there except
> Discreet(get your wallet out), Nuke(bit of a curve, but has a great toolset),
> and Digital Fusion(which I saw demoed a month ago and it put me to sleep).
> To be honest, I never really ranked COPs as a serious competetor to the
> dedicated highend compositing, simply because there are some very basic nodes
> missing(a decent keyer, tracker and painter for the most part). It is a
> good, basic compositing tool, however, once they get the bugs ironed out.
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