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Natron, new open source, free node based compositing software


 
     

Re: Natron, new open source, free node based compositing software

by Joe Carney on Sat Dec 27, 2014 10:57am

Similar to Nuke, uses OpenFX plug-in interface. Can add both free and commercial plug-ins.
http://natron.inria.fr/

Version 1 released, also has facebook group.

(Note: free version of BMD Fusion does not allow plug-ins).

Review over at libregraphics
http://libregraphicsworld.org/blog/entry/natron-1-0-brings-free-vfx-compositing-to-linux-windows-mac-users

[ Edited: Sat Dec 27, 2014 11:09am by Joe Carney ]
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Re: Natron, new open source, free node based compositing software

by Chris "El Director" Tempel on Wed Mar 22, 2017 12:13pm

Natron is amazing.  We use Nuke at work and I can’t afford a license to use it on my projects.  After five years with After Effects, I got fed up and started looking for a new vfx app.  Natron fills that gap like a champ given that it’s basically a clone of Nuke.  I put together a training course for Natron if anyone is interested. 
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