RE:Vision Effects

RE:Vision Effects News: Speed improvements with AE v22 and big news for FCP users!

Major speed improvements with AE v22 and multi-GPU support!

We’re excited to announce that with the support for Multi-Frame Rendering (MFR) in the latest release of Adobe® After Effects® v22, users of our products are experiencing improved performance when working in After Effects.

MFR makes After Effects faster, accelerating the creative process by taking advantage of the full power of system CPU cores when previewing and rendering. And totally unique to our products is the level of performance achieved for users of systems with multiple GPUs when MFR is enabled. To experience this power (only available from RE:Vision Effects!), you’ll need to enable multi-frame rendering in the latest release of Adobe After Effects, and be running multiples of the same GPU. Even if you have one powerful GPU you can still expect decent improvements.

Check out our press release here for more detail, and link here for our FAQ with sample projects and timing results. We have started to make tutorials here – more coming soon!

M1 support updates

FCP/Motion and M1

  • Finally! The latest version of Final Cut Pro 10.6 (requires FxPlug v4)is out and fixes issues that were preventing our products from working properly. Visit Apple to download FCP v10.6.
  • DEFlicker, Twixtor Pro, RSMB Pro and RE:Lens are now supported in FCP on M1

All products (if supported by host) now run on M1

  • Includes OpenFX and Fusion native plug-ins
  • Current version of the product is required – download most recent installer or upgrade

Important info for Mac OS 12 Monterey users

All current versions of our products are supported on OS 12, just be sure you’ve downloaded the most recent installer.

Unfortunately, this Apple OS release broke our older version installers so you will need to upgrade to the current version. If you need help with pricing or information please contact Laurie at [email protected].

Known Issue:  On Monterey in FCP 10.6, the license activation window calls directly REVisionActivate, so you cannot display the current version you have installed. This will be addressed soon.

Reminder – don’t get stuck!

If you’re updating hardware or software, deactivate your license key before making any changes. Then activate when you’re through and you’ll be good to go. If you forget don’t worry – just contact us and we can release the activation for you.

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