neil at uvfilms.co.uk
Tue Nov 15 03:10:54 EST 2011
I agree - I wondered though is your temp rat reader for Nuke free for use by others, until SESI kick into gear?
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On 15 Nov 2011, at 04:36, Johannes Saam wrote:
> Hey Guys,
> OpenExr will be the solution for all that BUT as it doenst come along and
> we are all trying to use deep images i really think sesi should start
> thinking of licensing rat files and their api. I have a rat reader written
> for nuke, but it consumes a licsense everytime a comper loads an image,
> thats just not an option. Rat is an awesome format, just paying a licsense
> for opening one is silly.
> On Tue, Nov 15, 2011 at 6:09 AM, Alvaro Castaneda <varomix at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I don't think the code/SDK for openEXR 2.0 is out yet, I was looking for
>> that a few weeks ago again for the same purposes and couldn't find any
>> On Mon, Nov 14, 2011 at 1:56 PM, Mark Alexander <malexander at sidefx.com
>>> Hi Andrew,
>>> Houdini 11 was updated to support OpenEXR 1.7 (from 1.21). However, 1.7
>>> doesn't contain the deep compositing features, those are in OpenEXR 2.0.
>>> don't know what the timeline is for OpenEXR 2.0 adoption.
>>> On 11/14/2011 01:37 PM, Andrew Lyons wrote:
>>>> Isn't deep compositing that part of the "extended support for OpenEXR"
>>>> If not - I'd hope it was in there pretty soon too...
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