Tuesday, September 16th, 2014 Posted by Jim Thacker

Andersson Technologies ships SynthEyes 1409

Synthia, one of the key additions in the previous release of the SynthEyes camera tracker. The new 1409 release adds around 50 new rules for the ‘chat-style natural language control system’.

Andersson Technologies has released SynthEyes 1409, the second update to its affordable camera-tracking software in as many months, adding a range of “smaller but handy user-requested features”.

The main addition this time round is the new Cliffhanger mode, which prevents auto-shutoff of trackers hanging onto the edge of the image.

Synthia, the natural language text-and-voice-control system introduced in SynthEyes 1407 also gets an update, adding “about 50 new rules” based on cloud feedback from SynthEyes users.

Other than that, it is indeed all small but handy stuff, as advertised. SynthEyes 1409 is available now for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X. New licences cost from $299 to $999 depending on which edition you buy.

Read a condensed list of new features in SynthEyes 1409 on Andersson Technologies’ website