Boris FX and Imagineer to Showcase New Workflows for Visual Effects and Image Restoration at IBC

Boris FX, a developer of VFX for film and video, and the newly merged Imagineer Systems, the developer of mocha Planar Tracking tools, will showcase their combined products to the film and video industries at IBC.

“Following the recent merger, there has been great enthusiasm from our user-base to have mocha’s powerful tracking and masking technology available directly within BCC plug-ins and to have BCC effects integrated inside mocha Pro,” said Ross Shain, chief marketing officer of the combined Boris FX / Imagineer Systems.

The combined companies used SIGGRAPH in Los Angeles in August to introduce new workflows for visual effects, image restoration and digital beauty work and heads to IBC in September.

The company is showing the new Boris Continuum Complete 10, which gives editors, motion graphic designers and finishing artists a comprehensive VFX plug-in suite with 200 plus filters. The filter collection includes 3D titling, image restoration tools, lens flares, glows, lights, keys and mattes, warp and perspective effects and cinematic effects.

The upcoming BCC 10 release offers integrated mocha tracking and masking technology, new 3D titling and animation tools, import of Maxon Cinema 4D models, new image restoration filters, new transitions and added host support.

The upcoming mocha Pro 5 is planar tracking and roto-masking software developed by Imagineer Systems. The mocha Pro 5 release will add a new effects panel for integrated keying, grain, sharpening, skin smoothing, new Python scripting support and the ability to launch mocha Pro as a plug-in from host applications such as Avid Media Composer and Adobe After Effects

Boris FX is a developer of VFX, compositing, titling, video editing, and workflow tools for broadcast, post-production and film professionals. Imagineer Systems is the Academy Award-winning developer of visual effects solutions for film, video and broadcast post-production markets. Imagineer’s desktop product line consists of mocha Pro – roto, planar tracking, compositing and removal utility.

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