--New release supports stereo 3D TVs, ARRI Alexa and RED formats--
--Booth demonstrations feature first look at Python and Web integration for RV--
San Francisco, CA (August 1, 2011) -- Tweak Software will be previewing the newest features for its RV image and sequence viewer for VFX and animation artists at SIGGRAPH 2011. The company will unveil RV 3.12, which includes support for ARRI Alexa and RED formats, cost-effective stereo reviews using 3D TVs and a host of new features, and will also be demonstrating Python scripting for RV in booth #963.
Leading VFX and CG animation studios including Digital Domain, Aardman, ILM, Zoic Studios and many others use RV to play back and review digital media. RV’s professional, high-performance toolset is built on an open, extensible architecture allowing users to adapt the software to their own pipelines and styles of working. Highlights of the new RV 3.12 release include:
• Presentation mode -- Display a full screen view on one monitor while controlling playback from another.
• Stereo 3D TV support for HDMI 1.4a and DVI – Use cost-effective stereo TVs for stereo reviews with RV.
• ARRI Alexa ARRIRAW file support -- High dynamic range, full color support for ALEXA is now integrated into RV’s tools for playback, dailies and transcoding.
• RED RAW file support -- V3.12 includes the first level of RED file support integration.
• ACES files and color spaces – RV supports the Academy Color Encoding Specification (IIF ACES) including the ability to write .aces files from RVIO.
• CDL support – Color Decision List values can now be specified in an RV session file.
• Next-level integration – Nuke and Shotgun integration both include a host of updates and refinements.
Tweak RV Version 3.12 is currently in Beta testing and planned for release this fall. For more information visit: http://www.tweaksoftware.com
About Tweak Software
Tweak Software was founded in 2007 to develop tools that address real-world production needs of VFX and animation professionals. The Tweak partners Jim Hourihan, Seth Rosenthal and Alan Trombla spent many years at Industrial Light and Magic where they developed tools and techniques still in use at that facility today. Jim Hourihan is the recipient of two Sci-Tech Academy Awards and is best known for developing Dynamation, the first commercial particle system that was subsequently incorporated into Autodesk’s Maya software. For more information, visit http://www.tweaksoftware.com