Download key generator for FrameForge Previz Studio 3 Stereographic 3D Edition

FrameForge Previz Studio 3 enables you to create a virtual 3D set in
your computer with the freedom to place any number of virtual cameras
in any placement, angle or height desired. Each camera features full
Pan/Tilt, Dolly, Zoom, Roll and Crane control with the options to
limit focal length to a specific zoom range or set of prime lenses,
limit minimum and maximum heights (due to equipment limitations or
physical ceilings) to accurately portray the actual range of your
Its behind the scenes power and filmmaker friendly controls will
empower you to experiment and discover the very best shots to capture
each story moment.
FrameForge is not about your mastery of the pencil but more how you
can explore and see what your actual equipment will see. Find your
artistry here and its in the can!
FrameForge Previz Studio comes in three versions: Core, Pro, and
Stereographic 3D
They all share a common interface and have a huge overlap in
function and capabilities. All three are extremely powerful, optically
accurate 3D worlds in which you will previsualize your film, tv show,
commercial or similar project. All three can create striking imagery
and help you sell your vision to investors, producers or other
departments on the project. All three can help you solve problems
before you get on set, improve communication between departments in
ways you never thought possible, and save you time and money in a huge
number of ways.
Legendary writer/producer/director Dean Devlin Jr. had this to say
about the program:
Its a fantastic communication tool for the crew and for production.
And its so fast, Ive often been able to board the afternoons work over
lunch! This is a must have application.
And he was talking about the previous version of FrameForge which
the Core Version surpasses in every way that matters: speed,
flexibility, ease-of-use and quality of imagery.
So how do the three versions differ For a complete answer to that
question, see our version comparison chart, but in short, while the
Core Version has a fully positionable sun and real-time shadows (as
shown in the image above, which was created in the Core Version), only
the Pro and Stereographic 3D versions allow you to add multiple
lighting sources to a scene, including physical lighting fixtures,
practical lights and free floating light sources.
And while the Core version allows you to optically match any camera
in existance from super 8 up to the latest IMAX� and HD marvels, it
doesnt have physical camera equipment, instead giving you free
floating cameras. If you want to lay down dolly tracks or see if your
equipment is going to fit into a tight corner without the end of a jib
clipping a wall, you need to go Pro or Stereographic 3D.
Finally, as you probably guessed from the name, the Stereographic 3D
version adds the ability to previsualize shoots using stereographic
rigs with the abilitiy to view it in real-time stereographic 3D
on-screen as you work. Yes, put on either anaglyph glasses (red/cyan
or any standard anaglyph color combination) with ANY screen or
polarized glasses with most active and passive polarized display
technologies and jump right into the picture with full stereographic
3D. Use fully customizable 3D rigs, control your depth for your target
screen size, and take control of the new medium thats sweeping the
face of the entertainment world.
The Stereographic 3D Edition: has all the features, functions and
objects of the Professional Version then adds features specifically
for Stereographic 3D shoots, including:
Customizable stereo rigs
On-screen, real-time stereographic display
Full control of screen plane, interaxial, post-image shift or
convergence in either automatic or manual modes and much more...