DE:Flicker now available for Nuke, Fusion, Vegas Pro, Scratch, HitFilm, Natron and Nucoda


Last Updated: October 28, 2015 9:19 pm GMT
(San Francisco, California--October 28, 2015) DE:Flicker™ is our go-to tool to help you smooth out annoying flicker and artifacts when shooting high frame rate or time-lapse video. Whether you are using a specialized high-speed camera, a DSLR, a compact action cam or even a phone, DE:Flicker to the rescue! Already available for After Effects/Premiere Pro and Final Cut Pro/Motion, DE:Flicker is now supported on Nuke, Fusion, Scratch and Nucoda and also on Vegas Pro, Natron and HitFilm.

See DE:Flicker in Action

Pricing and Availability
  • DE:Flicker for Nuke, Fusion, Scratch and Nucoda: $249.95. Purchase
  • DE:Flicker for Vegas Pro, Natron and HitFilm: $249.95 Purchase
  • DE:Flicker for After Effects and Premiere Pro: $249.95. Purchase
  • DE:Flicker for Final Cut Pro X and Motion: $249.95 Purchase
  • Download a demo version for DE:Flicker here
  • Tutorials available here
System Requirements
  • Detailed GPU info found here
  • Host compatibility info here

Oh, and we just shot this little dance video......

Here at RE:Vision Effects we concentrate on making software, but every now and then we want to get into the mix and create our own exciting content. So, we tapped one of our founders, Pete Litwinowicz, who was a professional modern dancer and choreographer for two decades and even co-ran his own dance company. Pete's dance interests run deep and he is often thinking up projects to combine his passions of dance, video and software effects.

To create this latest Twixtor video, Pete approached one of San Francisco's preeminent independent ballet choreographers, Amy Seiwert, and she was game! Amy choreographs for many companies around the country, including Smuin Ballet, and the ballet companies of Washington, Cincinnati, Colorado, Carolina and many others, and also runs her own company: Amy Seiwert's Imagery. The dancers of Imagery are featured in the video.

We set up a white soundstage, with a white dance floor, and went to work. Of course we planned the shoot knowing we would use Twixtor to slow down the footage. If you haven't seen our FAQ "How best to use Twixtor" , you should peruse it before your next shoot! We shot on a Red Epic at 120fps, and the slow motion sections are from 40x to 160x slower than real time. At 30fps, the 160x slow mo is equivalent to shooting at 4800 fps!

The details:
RE:Vision Effects' Twixtor used to retime up to 160x slower than real time. Director and editor: Peter Litwinowicz Shot on Red Epic at 120fps. Dance Company: Amy Seiwert's Imagery
Director of Photography: Ben Estabrook Gaffer: Heath Orchard Costumes: Christine Darch

Twixtor, DE:Noise, ReelSmart Motion Blur, RE:Map and RE:Flex are registered trademarks and DE:Flicker, Effections, FieldsKit, PV Feather, RE:Fill, RE:Match, Shade/Shape, SmoothKit, and Video Gogh are trademarks of RE:Vision Effects, Inc. All other trademarks, company names and products are the property of their respective holders. Features, pricing and availability are subject to change without notice.


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