[Sidefx-houdini-list] A thumbs up for Cops as a Nuke replacement
robert.okker at darlings-post.com
Thu Apr 12 03:40:52 EDT 2018
Depending on what kind of stabilization you need.
Still, if it needs to be a bit smoother of all the packages we have
(nuke,fusion/resolve/flame/adobe) the auto-stabilizer of Adobe does the
2nd is flame.
But a fusion with a mocha add-on is probably the most efficient in terms
off power/price ;)
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On Wed, Apr 11, 2018 at 6:01 PM, Marco Melantonio <mmelantonio at gmail.com>
> Good to know about Cops as an option to comp small projects.
> I'm a big fan of Nuke but the pricing is extremely high especially working
> on small studios.
> Fusion has a great price... Do you recommend it for tracking/stabilizing ?
> 2018-04-09 4:26 GMT-03:00 Nick Deboar <nick.deboar at gmail.com>:
> > Hey,
> > Just passing on my thanks for Cops.
> > Nuke's pricing has made it utterly inaccessible for Indie's like my self,
> > so I have been testing out alternatives.
> > Today I had a play with Cops, and I am surprised how good it is I would
> > rate it above Fusion and Natron. I can:
> > - shuffle channels out of my multichannel exrs.
> > - metadata is passed through the nodes.
> > - The convolve/defocus tools are great.
> > - Cryptomatte support!!
> > Over all, I'm really impressed. There is a gap in the market right now
> > a decent Nuke competitor, just saying.
> > Top work,
> > Nick Deboar
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