Review: Boris FX Silhouette Paint + Mocha Plugin Test Drive
Mike Seymour from FX Guide took Silhouette Paint and Mocha for a test drive with Foundry’s Nuke. He found that there are pros and cons with the application such as “it doesn’t slow down even after thousands of brush strokes” but it is missing a few features. Read an excerpt here and follow the link to the full review.
Paint. Remove. Touch up. Fix. Silhouette Paint is the industry’s first paint and tracking plug-in that brings best-of-breed, 32-bit, high dynamic range paint tools to editing and effects applications. Artists can now access Silhouette’s professional sequence-based paint tools inside their host of choice including: Adobe After Effects and Premiere Pro, Foundry’s NUKE, Blackmagic Resolve, Autodesk Flame, and more. Available on macOS, Windows, and Linux.
FX Guide Review Excerpt
Fxguide test drove the Plugin inside the Foundry’s Nuke. Nuke’s own built-in paint/roto node is vector-based, so it can get slow after a few thousand brush strokes. But Silhouette is raster-based. As such it doesn’t slow down even after thousands of brush strokes. The Silhouette Paint plugin is, however, a lite version of the standalone Silhouette tool, so it is missing quite a few useful features, but it has the advantage of being inside your application, so your results are returned immediately to the timeline.
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