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  1. buy Black Magic Design

    The new DaVinci Resolve 16 is really useful for almost all the disciplines of video post production.
    That is why a lot of people are leaving Adobe video and audio apps. So, what is the solution for that?

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  2. Photoshop as an OFX plugin

    Having worked with Nuke, I have often thought that it would be great if one could incorporate and automate Photoshop in Nuke projects as an OFX plugin. While in Nuke, I often think that, would it not be great, if I could simply drop a Photoshop node into my Nuke script to then chose one of its many powerful tools which I know could get the job done quicker and more elegantly. For example, imagine dropping a Photoshop node into a Nuke script and choosing the quick select tool, and then animate not only the location of the selection across…

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