December 29, 2020, 09:06 AM
In the 1990s there was a flurry of interest and developments in digital compositing. Many VFX studios had taken on tools like Quantel’s Harry, Kodak’s Cineon, Wavefront’s Composer or Discreet Logic’s Flame, while a number of node-based solutions, such as Digital Domain’s (later Foundry’s) Nuke and Nothing Real’s (later Apple’s) Shake, further emerged in this era.
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