SynthEyes 1511 Delivers Users' Enhancements


Around 80 new features, fixes, and tweaks in all

Last Updated: November 16, 2015 5:25 pm GMT
(Phoenixville, Pennsylvania--November 16, 2015) Andersson Technologies LLC (Phoenixville, PA) has released SynthEyes 1511, the latest version of its 3-D tracking and match-moving application for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux.

The release focuses on adding supporting features, most directly requested by users, and expanding on the amazing new Geometric Hierarchy (GeoH) Tracking system introduced in SynthEyes 1508. Highlights include:

§ New Airbrush tool for GeoH weights, plus significant enhancements to other GeoH lasso/paint tools.

§ New RED library 6.0.4 featuring GPU processing. With a suitable CUDA/OpenCL-capable video card and plenty of GPU and main memory, we've seen speedups of 10x decoding RED files.

§ Mesh de-duplication — high-performance options to keep/move large meshes out of SNI files to reduce space, especially when you have many SNI file versions. (Not in Intro version.)

§ New View/Timebar background/Show tracker count (and Show cache status) menu items to show the tracker-count-based background from the graph editor ("Do I have enough trackers?") on the timebar.

§ New mesh-editing Smudge tool with hard (interior) or soft-select (exterior) modes.

§ Pinning tool can now move a whole solved scene, for example to align tripod solves.

§ New code for aggressively finding and exporting quads, currently utilized for OBJ, FBX, and Blender.

§ Documentation and improvements for moving cameras, objects, meshes, and even the whole scene using Synthia, aiding customers who have discovered Synthia's remarkable problem-solving ability.

§ Enhancements for integrating SynthEyes in studio environments.

§ Bug fixes, notably for Prepend Frames and workarounds for El Capitan.

§ Around 80 new features, fixes, and tweaks in all.

Look for forthcoming tutorials on the new features at

The free demonstration version of SynthEyes on Windows, Mac OS X, or Linux can be downloaded starting at SynthEyes runs on operating systems including Windows 10 and OS X 10.11 (El Capitan); see the website for a complete list.
* Pricing and Availability The new version is available immediately. For in-support SynthEyes customers, the new version comes at no extra cost. Upgrade or renewal pricing for earlier SynthEyes customers varies depending on the details. Customers should use the online store to determine specific upgrade and non-USD pricing for all versions.

New licenses of SynthEyes Pro cost 499 USD. The cross-platform Pro license runs 599 USD. Floating Pro licenses are 699 USD each; there is a one-time per-site license manager/setup charge of 250 USD for floating licenses. For students and hobbyists, an entry-level Intro version ( is 299 USD. Purchasing is online or via listed resellers.

A one-year site license for qualifying educational institutions is 495 USD ( Contact the company with particulars for information on volume licenses for student computers.

* The Company Andersson Technologies LLC is a boutique software firm located outside Philadelphia near King of Prussia, Pennsylvania and is headed by computer vision and robotics expert Dr. Russell Andersson. SynthEyes has been solving the toughest problems for visual effects professionals for over 12 years, with customers in more than 80 countries.
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sales [at] ssontech [dot] com

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