Boris FX Silhouette 2020.5.5 is a program that is equipped with the most sophisticated tools in the world for rotoscopic teams. Create complex key frames using B-Spline, Bezier, or X-Spline shapes. Smart design and easy-to-use tools, such as forming variables for each point, help in creating animations. Render the mat with realistic blurry movements or export to standard form formats.
Advanced features of Boris FX Silhouette:
- Tree (Tree).
The power of SilhouetteFX is located in the Trees window, where your effects are created. A tree is a series of clips and vertices, such as color correction, image processing, and compound vertices, which are put together to create the desired effect. Trees grow as branches in a growing tree by adding clips and nodes in any order. The ability to see any node while editing others allows you to create very complex composites, combinations that can be customized and displayed in a single pass.
SilhouetteFX is a node-based system, and various nodes are used for various functions. Nodes are in the tabs at the bottom of the screen, nodes are grouped into different categories.
The site collection layout provides everything you need to combine multiple images. You can use compositional techniques, color correction, blurring, spots, matte surface manipulation, lens distortion, lighting effects and edge mixing. Eradicate the most common effects problems or use special tools to combine images, such as fire, smoke and explosion.
- Roto (Rotoscoping).
SilhouetteFX Silhouette allows you to quickly create complex animated backgrounds using Bezier, X-Spline, or B-Spline shapes. Smart design and easy-to-use tools, such as smooth point-by-point formation and realistic motion blur, help you create complicated forms of animation. Integrated motion tracking makes the tedious task of rotoscoping usually easy.
- IK (Inverse Kinematics).
The Silhouette feature set has been equipped with an innovative approach to reverse kinematics. 3D modeling systems have long utilized IK (Inverse Kinematics) to animate articulated objects such as humans, animals and creatures in general. The coating system, which is already familiar to Silhouette users, is used to dynamically create bone structures to change articulated shapes. When the IK function is active, dragging a number, such as a fingertip, can change the whole hand. Because most rotational work is done on articulated objects, the IK Silhouette function can save a lot of time.
Using the blur function can produce realistic roto shapes and / or shadows with variable edges for each point.
Paint is a dynamic, non-destructive two-dimensional, wide-width drawing system designed from the ground up to meet the needs of film and television. Be it image restoration, dust removal, wire and rig removal, or simple paint, Silhouette offers a simple and smart tool for getting work done.
- Automatic paint.
Automatic Paint is a unique automatic drawing function that records all paint activity with close integration between point and flat trackers. The sweep can be coordinated with movement or stabilized, giving the Silhouette the speed of raster paint with repetition of vector paint. The beauty of this system is the automatic stroke recording and brush settings. Individual individuals can be selected and repeated in multiple frames, and deleted. If the source material changes, the entire image history can be used to automatically restore the drawn image.
- Morph (Morph or Transformation).
Silhouette includes a fully functional form-based image warping and transformation system, as well as a warping device that provides the highest level of control and quality. Image deformation and morphing can occur both in frames and in sequential images. Deformation can be used to increase or exaggerate facial features, change the size of image elements, make animals that can talk, or other types of image deformation. Morphing has traditionally been used to transform one object or person into another, and more recently, smoothly transforms direct action elements into computer graphic objects and vice versa.
- Warp Pin (Warp Pin).
Warp Pins allow you to change the shape of certain areas of the image with the help of so-called pins, leaving other areas untouched. Deformation adjustments can range from thin gaps and folds to something more obvious, such as changing the position of the arm or leg.