Brightness and contrast 3d

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Alistair Barclay

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Brightness and contrast 3d

PostThu Oct 03, 2019 12:31 pm

would it be possible to use a plug in that was designed for fusion 8 in fusion v16?

the v8 instructions were
To install for Fusion Studio 8:

- Shut down any running copies of Fusion Studio 8.
- Create the folder C:\Program Files\Blackmagic Design\Fusion 8\Plugins\Indicated if necessary
- Copy Fusion8\BrightnessContrast3D.plugin file to C:\Program Files\Blackmagic Design\Fusion 8\Plugins\Indicated
- Start Fusion Studio 8

To use:

- The tool can be added to the flow by right-clicking, then selecting "Add tool".
- The tool will appear in the 3D->Indicated shaders menu.
- Click on the name of the tool from this menu to add it to the flow.

I have tried with v16 but it does not work as there does not appear to be a shaders menu?
windows pc , windows 10 , v16 works fine otherwise.
thank you
Alistair
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Chad Capeland

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Re: Brightness and contrast 3d

PostFri Oct 04, 2019 1:12 am

No, the SDK changed between versions. Old plugins and OpenCL fuses won't work in Fusion 16.

There is a new SDK available, so plugins can be modified from source to work with the new GUI and compiled for Fusion 16.
Chad Capeland
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Alistair Barclay

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Re: Brightness and contrast 3d

PostFri Oct 04, 2019 9:56 am

Thank you Chad, unfortunately the originators of this do not respond to emails so I suspect they have moved on to other things.
I would not know how to start although it would be a interesting project .

https://indicated.com/blackmagic-fusion ... ntrast-3d/


thanks
Alistair

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