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r17 adds new features and also include NDI support

r17 is disguise’s latest software update that has been developed following feedback from the manufacturer’s community of artists and technicians. The software is said to allow users to previsualise every pixel of a project before an event or installation. r17 introduces Manipulators to this previsualisation so that multiple objects on a 3D stage can be selected and then offset, rotated and scaled at a click of a mouse.

A further feature of r17 is PreComps, where users can route video content between different layers using the flexible timeline and blend and mix content sources to create a complete look. This new workflow means that a pre-composition of layers can be created and reused in multiple locations. SockPuppet projects – which allows users to control disguise via a lighting desk, iPad or networked device – are said to perform better and need fewer complex setups.

r17 also includes NDI support, allowing users to stream an NDI source from content tools to the disguise stage in real time. Integration with NDI can also be used as a streaming preview from content tools, such as 3DSMax or AfterEffects, that enable users to finalise content accurately in-situ. Additional features include alembic file support; 3D feathering and masking; tick boxes replacing Boolean UI options; the ability to export the current frame of live video; SockPuppet personality editor; Media Asset browser viewed as a list; lock layers in place on the timeline to avoid accidental edits; the export of internally made textures; and multi-edit list imported or exported via CSV.

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