The latest version of PFTrack has just been released, and it looks like The Pixel Farm dev team have been quite busy, packing in a lot of new features, Python scripting and even a new architecture in this latest release. The full list of features have yet to be released but here are just some of the things you can expect in PFTrack 2011...
The new version has been re-written and is now a 64-bit, GPU-accelerated application that also incorporates node-based flowgraph architecture, something only previously available in PFMatchit. There are new tools for match-moving, scene preparation and image processing, so you can do new things like track deformable objects such as an actor’s face while speaking - neat.
Studios will appreciate the new fully-integrated Python scripting and workflow customisation tools, which give you access to the underlying metadata management core of PFTrack 2011 for easier integration within studio workflows.
The new version will be debuting at NAB, and we'll keep you updated as soon as all the new features are released, so watch this space for more info.