Digital Film Tools Releases PhotoCopy 2.0 and reFine 2.0

Visual effects software developer, Digital Film Tools, has released of PhotoCopy v2.0 and reFine Matte v2.0.

PhotoCopy v2.0

Digital Film Tools' PhotoCopy copies the brightness, color, tone, detail, grain and texture from one image and applies them to another. Or, pick a preset look from 94 movies, 72 paintings, 40 photographs or 30 historical processes. New features include internet image searching, Retina display support for Mac, layering and seven masking types for photo plug-in hosts, and the availability of the PhotoCopy user interface for all video/film plug-in hosts. PhotoCopy v2 also adds OFX plug-in support, making it compatible with digital intermediate programs Assimilate Scratch and Blackmagic Design Davinci Resolve, The Foundry’s Nuke compositing software and the Sony Vegas non-linear editing system.

reFine v2.0

reFine presents a unique technique for performing selective sharpening, detail enhancement, edge aware smoothing, cartoon, pencil and pastel effects. With the release of reFine v2, it is now GPU-accelerated, making it faster than ever. We have implemented OpenCL as our method of acceleration and most modern graphics cards can take advantage of this technology. In most cases, you should see dramatic speed increases while rendering. New features include Retina display support for Mac, three new masking types in photo plug-in hosts, and the availability of the reFine user interface for all video/film plug-in hosts. reFine v2 also adds OFX plug-in support, making it compatible with digital intermediate programs Assimilate Scratch and Blackmagic Design Davinci Resolve, the Foundry’s Nuke compositing software and the Sony Vegas non-linear editing system.

PhotoCopy or reFine will run in the following applications: Adobe After Effects, Adobe Premiere Pro, Apple Final Cut Pro X, Apple Motion 5, Avid Editing Systems, Assimilate Scratch, Blackmagic Resolve, Sony Vegas and The Foundry's Nuke. 

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