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Briefly: Vudu iOS content downloading, RE:Match for Nuke and Fusion

updated 12:46 pm EDT, Tue May 21, 2013

Vudu offers offline content access on iOS

Vudu has launched an update for its iOS video player that adds support for downloading movies for offline viewing. Previously, users were required to stream all of their content from within the app, however, now they may select to download any content at various qualities for offline use. Other changes include closed captioning support for the iPhone, a simplified Player, and numerous bug fixes. VUDU Player is a free Universal app that can be downloaded from the App Store.

RE:Match plug-ins now offered for Nuke and Fusion

RE:Vision Effects has expanded its line of video editing plug-ins with the launch of RE:Match for Nuke and Fusion. RE:Match is a set of plug-ins that are designed to match one view of film to another in order to make it appear as if both were shot with the same camera and settings. For general multicam shoots RE:Match attempts to match one sequence's overall color appearance to that of another. While for stereo pairs, the software can further refine the overall color match by taking into account that the two views are captured at the same time with a relatively small distance between the views. The Nuke and Fusion versions of RE:Match are available in single use licenses for $395, while a floating license costs $593.




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