Digital Anarchy has announced Beauty Box Video 2.0, which is a video plug-in for smoothing and retouching skin in the major NLEs. In addition to compatibility with After Effects 7.0–CS6, Final Cut Pro X, Final Cut Pro 7, and Premiere Pro CS4–CS6, version 2.0 adds support for Assimilate Scratch, Scratch Lab, Sony Vegas Por and Movie Studio.
Beauty Box Video 2.0 retails for $199, but is available for $149 through July 15, 2012.
More details in the press release below.
Beauty Box Video 2.0 Released for Easy Skin Retouching in Assimilate Scratch and Sony Vegas
OpenFX Version Now Available of Award-Winning Tool for Removing Wrinkles and Blemishes in HD and 4K Footage
June 21st, 2012 – San Francisco - Digital Anarchy today announced Beauty Box Video 2.0 for OpenFX, a new release that brings their award-winning skin retouching plug-in to ASSIMILATE SCRATCH®, SCRATCH Lab®, Sony Vegas Pro®, and Sony Movie Studio®. Beauty Box now uses OpenCL, a new technology that runs on ATI and Nvidia cards, to automatically reduce wrinkles and blemishes. Fast rendering allows it to fit into any workflow pipeline. Version 2.0 also introduces a new smoothing algorithm that improves automatic masking, and adds shine removal for hot spots on skin areas.
"Love this software and it's very simple to use”, said Rudi Schwab, director and cinematographer of the high-profile ad campaigns for Nexxus ‘Endless Style’ and Aveda Cosmetics. “You simply drag the Beauty Box effect onto a clip in the timeline, open up the Effects tab in the Viewer Window, click on Analyze Frame, and adjust the smoothing slider to your liking. I was amazed at how well Beauty Box works on skin tones. It looks as good as sitting in a $1000 per hour Flame suite. That's critical when you're doing commercials for skin care products."
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