Update: Re:Vision Effects Re:Lens v 1.5 - Up to 15% faster tracking

Update: Re:Vision Effects Re:Lens v 1.5 - Up to 15% faster tracking
News Nov 10, 2017 at 12:50 PM

Re:Vision Effects has updated RE:Lens for After Effects and Premiere Pro to version 1.5, with up to 15% faster tracking and a host of other improvements and bug fixes.

RE:Lens is Re:Vision Effects' plug-in product solution for lens conversions, projections and stabilization for 360 VR and fisheye footage. They will be upgrading the OFX version of RE:Lens in the upcoming months with the same changes.

RE:Lens features:

  • Stabilize 360 VR and fisheye footage directly, with easy-to-use workflow!
  • Capture with your fisheye or super fisheye lens and then convert to normal "rectilinear" projection for output, eliminating the need to watch curved images.
  • 360 (LatLong) to 2D conversion: Convert your 360 panoramic VR video to normal 2D, with options to edit and animate your point of view within the LatLong video.
  • Convert super fisheye clips to a 360 panoramic video in a single step without the need for stitching software.

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Important Note: Projects made with previous versions of RE:Lens will generally not be compatible with version 1.5.  If you made projects you should make a backup of the old version of the plug-in set (plug-in location info http://revisionfx.com/faq/where-are-my-plugins-installed/#aftereffects). Never fear! The previous version is also available for download (download previous version http://revisionfx.com/products/relens/after-effects/#previous-versions) in case you do not backup.  Note that if all you did was stabilize footage and didn't apply any user-controlled rotational changes, then your old projects will continue to be compatible.

Why should you update?

  • Fixed a problem where animating the rotations after stabilizing footage could cause shaky results.
  • Made tracking 15% faster in many cases.
  • Made the meaning of rotations more consistent among the plug-ins.
  • And more

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Posted by Kim Sternisha