We released an important bug fix update to NNSuperResolution yesterday (12th of September). It’s called v3.2.1, and fixes a regression where the overscan support didn’t work as intended in sequence mode (v3.2.0 was actually crashing if you tried to calculate
We are proud to finally release our first major update to our NNFlowVector plugin. This is a release with a bit of everything in it; improved neural networks, better UI and user control, better performance overall, better compatibility with Nuke13.x
We are happy to announce that we’ve just released a great update to NNSuperResolution, v.3.2.0. It’s mainly a stability and optimization release, and it’s available as of now from our downloads page. Release notes as follows: • Speed optimizations overall.
We are very excited to announce the release of a new product called NNFlowVector. It’s an optical flow plugin for Nuke, powered by state of the art AI/machine learning algorithms, capable of generating very clean, stable and accurate motion vectors.
In the middle of developing the next optimised release of NNSuperResolution and also our upcoming Nuke plugin in the NN family (be sure to check back pretty soon for the release!), I did a little detour to try and fix
After several months of training neural networks, we are pleased to finally announce v3.0.0 of NNSuperResolution. The main updates are: 2x upscale option (as a complement to the already existing 4x upscaling). Addition of a “details” knob where you can
We released a demo video presenting a couple of new examples of upscaling material using NNSuperResolution (including a CG sequence). The video also showcases the plugin in action directly in Nuke which gives you an idea of the performance as
The Windows versions of NNSuperResolution have been in the wild for about a month now! We are very excited about this since it’s something a lot of people have been asking about. It’s also worth mentioning that it’s Nuke Indie
It’s been a while since we did any updates here. That is not because nothing has happened, rather the opposite – we’ve been very busy working on a new and improved version of NNSuperResolution called v2.5.0! It’s just been released
To make it easy to see what NNSuperResolution is capable of, we have created a comparison video between some common upscale methods. Hope you think it’s helpful and interesting: Cheers,David