Imagineer Systems will showcase its newest versions of mocha and mocha Pro and mocha AE, and will provide “sneak preview” demonstrations of mocha Pro v3 during IBC 2011 in Amsterdam later this week. IBC 2011 also marks the European debut of mocha Pro – the company’s newest planar tracking, roto and removal tool that reduces the manual labor associated with visual effects and stereo conversion projects.
The company will be providing “sneak preview” demonstrations of mocha Pro v3, highlighting such new features as 3D camera export to After Effects, new roto enhancements, (such as joining layers) and a new key frame dopesheet. The new release also improves roto support for Nuke compositing workflow, an important workflow feature that enhances 2D-3D conversion pipelines.
Additionally, Imagineer Systems will be demonstrating its new bundled software package with Boris FX – Motion Tracking for Editors, which delivers affordable motion tracking tools designed to work with Avid Media Composer, Adobe After Effects, Premiere Pro, Apple Final Cut Pro 7 and Sony Vegas Pro.
“This year’s release of mocha Pro has been our most successful product launch to date and the growing community of VFX artists has responded to the advanced features added to mocha’s tool set. The success of our products depend entirely on the feed back we get from our customers; they are integral in helping us determine the must-have key features,” said J-P Smith, CEO of Imagineer Systems. “Large post houses and facilities have been asking for deeper roto capabilities and more tightly integrated workflows that enable them to share projects and layers across applications. And the After Effects community has been asking for features such as 3D camera support. So we’re here at IBC 2011 to show our customers how we’ve taken all their input and are delivering on their requests in our forthcoming versions of the mocha family.”
“IBC 2011 is a great venue for us to preview these new features and gather more first-hand feedback from our community of users,” he added.