Digital Film Tools (www.digitalfilmtools.com), has released Film Stocks 2.0, Light 4.0, and Rays 2.0.
Film Stocks is a filter that simulates 288 different color and black and white still photographic film stocks, motion picture films stocks and historical photographic processes. As a result of customer requests, Bleach Bypass, Cross Processing, Grunge, Three Strip and Two Strip Processes have been integrated into the Film Stocks 2 workflow.
The Film Stocks user interface has also been upgraded with Retina display support for Mac OS X as well as three new masking types: Path, Snap and Selection. OFX plug-in support has also been added, making Film Stocks 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.
With Light, light can be added to a scene where none existed before just as if you were adding light at the time of shooting. Gobos (patterns) are widely used by designers in theatre, film, photography and television to create atmosphere, project scenery, and generally enhance the visual impact of their lighting. Normally used in front of lights during photography, these same exact gobos can be now applied digitally. In addition to the 565 Gam gobos, Light 4.0 adds 1300 Rosco gobos. A new user interface, filter layering, seven masking types, Lightroom plug-in, GPU acceleration, and Mac Retina display support round out the list of new features.
Rays lets you create realistic light ray effects. New features for version 2 include a user definable light source to generate rays, texture to give the rays a more natural and organic look, and ray blurring. The Rays user interface has also been upgraded with Retina display support for the Mac, in addition to layering and seven masking types for photo plug-in hosts. Rays is also available as an OFX plug-in with support for digital intermediate programs Assimilate Scratch and Blackmagic Design Davinci Resolve, the Foundry’s Nuke compositing software and the Sony Vegas non-linear editing system.
Film Stocks 2.0, Light 4.0, and Rays 2.0 are all available now. If installed on the same machine, one Film Stocks or Rays video/film license will run in the following applications: Adobe After Effects, Adobe Premiere Pro, Apple Final Cut Pro X, Apple Motion 5, Avid Editing Systems, Sony Vegas and the Foundry’s Nuke. One Film Stocks, Light, or Rays photo plug-in license will run in Adobe® Photoshop, Adobe Photoshop Elements, and Adobe Photoshop.
Go to the Digital Film Tools site for pricing options.