For general multicam shoots RE:Match matches, as best it can, one sequence's overall color appearance to match that of another. For stereo pairs, RE:Match can further refine the overall color match by taking into account that the two views are captured at the same time with a relatively small distance between the views. In addition, RE:Match is also able to propagate color changes into areas that are present in only one view. RE:Match can also make other details, such as reflections, specular highlights, and lens flares be consistent between the two views.
What is new in this release:
- Fixes hanging and crashing bugs in Premiere Pro
- The Store button is now hidden in Premiere in CC 2017 and over. This due to a crashing bug in Premiere Pro when reading images in UI thread with some formats (including mp4 h264).
- Fixes in-plugin activation/deactivation in Premiere giving a low-exception error.
What is new in version 2.0.1:
PREMIERE ONLY: Fixes a bug where RE:Match Color could return the wrong image(s) when keyframing reference frames.
What is new in version 1.4.3:
- Fixes a crashing bug in Premiere Pro.
- Fixes a bug that Premiere Pro 9.0.2 introduced when processing floating point images. The only solution is that RE:Match now works only in 8 bits per channel within 9.0.2. This does not affect other versions of Premiere Pro.
What is new in version 1.4.1:
- Version needed to run in AE CC 2015
- Fixes Histogram method 2 to work much better in both RE:Match Color and RE:Match Stereo.
- Better results when refinement mode used in RE:Match Stereo
- Adds support for RVL_NOGUI_LIC and RVL_QUIT_LIC_FAIL environment variables during render-only use in After Effects.
What is new in version 1.3.6:
Fixed issues with licensing that some users were seeing Fixed sluggish performance issue in After Effects
Adobe After Effects CS5, Adobe Premiere Pro CS5