Saturday, September 21st, 2013 Posted by Jim Thacker

eyeon Software announces Fusion 7

eyeon Software’s IBC teaser video, including a ‘sneak peek’ at Fusion 7. The announcement on the company’s blog offers slightly more actual information as to the new features in the compositor.

eyeon Software has announced Fusion 7, the next update to its compositing software – and one it claims “sets an architectural blueprint that will facilitate top-level development for a number of years”.

According to the preview material, a major focus of the upgrade is the performance of the core code: “eyeon is investing in the engine core which will serve to better facilitate a rapid growth of tooling in the future, faster and more flexible, harnessing the computer processors to come.”

New features in Fusion 7 will include:

• New interface layouts and “tear off” sections.
• New 3D engine.
• Alembic importing.
• Latest FBX scene importing.
• Linear light and Colorspace control of all source tools and formats.
• Open Color I/O.
• Roto Assist – new tooling to speed up rotoscoping.
• Stereo roto mapping.
• 3D splines.
• New Deep Volume tooling.

So far, there is no information about the release date on the company’s website. We’ll update if we hear more.

Read a full list of features in Fusion 7 in eyeon’s teaser PDF