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  • Michael Gissing

    July 10, 2015 at 3:18 am

    Love to see a lot of the FXFactory family ported to OFX or at the very least made Windows friendly. I miss their plugins. One of the only minor reasons to consider Mac OS for me.

  • Simon Ubsdell

    July 13, 2015 at 6:21 pm

    [Walter Soyka] “I have suggested to Simon that a native Ae version would be most welcome. Maybe you’d join me in pestering him?”

    Hi Walter,

    No pestering required. Your suggestion is, as always, a very good one that we are looking into very seriously!

    If you could lend us some time on your more-hours-in-the-day machine, we can get that finished pretty soon 😉

    Seriously, though, it’s thanks to discussions/disagreements/differences of opinion that we had on this very forum with you and Shawn (and indeed Jeremy) a few summers back, that I started down the long and winding road of developing Hawaiki Keyer, so a big thanks to you all and to the COW as a whole.

    The crazy arguments we have here can sometimes be surprisingly inspirational.

    Simon Ubsdell

  • Shawn Miller

    July 13, 2015 at 8:16 pm

    Very nice work on the keyer BTW, Simon. I especially like the despill and edge tools. Would love to try it in AE on the PC some day… or even as an OFX plugin in Fusion 🙂


  • Michael Gissing

    July 13, 2015 at 10:22 pm

    +1 for OFX in Resolve

  • David Veeneman

    July 29, 2015 at 12:29 am

    I’ve been testing Hawaiki Keyer in FCPX on some marginal green-screen footage, and I’m pretty impressed with the results. Up till now, I’ve done most of my keying in PP CC, using its UltraKey. Hawaiki Keyer is at least as good, and in some respects I like it a lot better. It really does do a nice job with edge detail, such as hair. The results shown in the HK video on CC are in line with what I’m seeing, without a whole lot of adjustment.

    I’m a particular fan of the analysis view, which I think does a significantly better job than a simple matte view.

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