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Home site https://natron.inria.fr/


Article http://opensource.com/life/15/7/getting-started-with-natron


There aren't many dedicated compositing applications on the market, and open source owns not one, but two of them. The first is Blender, which has well proven its worth as a compositor, most recently in Tears of Steel, a movie that combines live action with CG seamlessly. A more recent addition to the team has been Natron, an application that models itself on established compositing conventions and leverages existing initiatives for an open VFX landscape such as openeffects.org, opencolorio.org, and opencv.org.


Looks like a neat new kid in the block. :breakfast:

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