The Change Log: Redshift, RE:Vision Effects OFX Supports Flame/Smoke, Baselight

It’s been a slow week for those small point updates but we have two that you will want to know about, Redshift and RE:Vision Effects plug-ins for OFX.

RedshiftRedshift Version 2.6.41

This build, which came out on May 13, 2019, includes plugins for Maya, 3ds Max, Houdini, C4D, Softimage and Katana. It’s a free update to Redshift 2.x license holders. To see everything new in this update, click on the Updates tab on the Redshift page.

To see the full release notes, go to the Redshift product page and click on the Updates tab.


RE:Vision Effects logoRE:Vision Effects OFX now Support for Flame/Smoke 2020 & Baselight

The following RE:Vision Effects products have added Autodesk Flame 2020, Smoke 2020, and Baselight support:

DE:Noise, DE:Flicker, ReelSmart Motion Blur Pro, and RE:Match Pro (as well as those products in the Effections Plus Bundle). These updates are free for current license holders.

See all RE:Vision Effects products

What the heck is OFXBurning Question: What in the heck is OFX?

Incidentally, I opened the OFX meeting in April at NAB. If you’d like to learn more about OFX, take a look at:

Burning Question: What in the heck is OFX?

Also, check out the Open Effects Association website.

Posted by Michele Yamazaki