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Author Topic: Fusion 7 (Node based compositor) - *FREE*  (Read 2775 times)


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Fusion 7 (Node based compositor) - *FREE*
« on: November 15, 2014, 01:07 AM »
Yes, via OzBargain again:

Page link: Blackmagic Design: Fusion
Direct download link (for those that don't want to read): Fusion 7.5 Windows

The world’s most advanced visual effects and motion graphics solution!

Fusion is the world’s most advanced compositing software for visual effects artists, broadcast and motion graphic designers and 3D animators. With over 25 years of development, Fusion has been used on over 1000 major Hollywood blockbuster feature films! Fusion features an easy and powerful node based interface so you can construct complex effects simply by connecting various types of processing together. That’s super easy and extremely fast! You get a massive range of features and effects included, so you can create exciting broadcast graphics, television commercials, dramatic title sequences and even major feature film visual effects!

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Requirements (listed on OzB):

    System Requirements:

  • Processor
    Fusion will take advantage of Intel and AMD processors equally well. It is recommended to have at least a Pentium 4 or Athlon 64 processor to operate Fusion. The 64-bit version of Fusion requires dual core and hyperthreaded processors, and thrives when multiple processors are available.
  • Graphics 1
    Fusion requires OpenGL capable ATI or NVIDIA graphics cards. Available graphics memory should be 2GB or greater. The Fusion interface requires a screen resolution of 1280 x 1024 pixels or greater at 32-bit per channel (true color). Higher resolutions are suggested.
  • Graphics 2
    Fusion’s graphics card requirements will be higher for 3D intensive composites. For example, 3D scenes employing large numbers of textures, or very large textures will require significantly more memory for the graphics card. Additionally Fusion makes more extensive use of the GPU for many 3D operations. A modern graphics card will have a big impact on interactivity and performance in Fusion.
  • Graphics 3
    High-end workstation class graphics cards should not be required; a decent mid-class gaming class card with large amounts of memory is generally sufficient. Fusion Render Slaves will be unable to render OpenGL 3D scenes unless they have an OpenGL-capable graphics card. Software rendering of 3D scenes will not require a graphics card.
  • Memory
    Fusion is designed to make use of every kilobyte of memory available. A minimum of 8GB of memory is required, and 16GB or greater is strongly recommended.
  • Operating Systems
    Fusion 7.0 supports the following operating systems:
     Microsoft Windows 7 64-bit
     Microsoft Windows 8 64-bit
  • QuickTime
    Fusion requires Apple QuickTime to be installed on the workstation and render nodes in order to read and write to the MOV and PNG file formats.

Who knows, maybe someone here will create Kyrathaba Rising: The Movie  :P
« Last Edit: November 15, 2014, 01:16 AM by 4wd »