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FrameForge Previz Studio 3.6 PRO - PREMIUM Edition

Includes the full program
and 7 expansion packs:

Crime & Justice
Military
Emergency Response
World Clothing
Reel Faces
Apocalypse
Stock Sets (2nd edition)

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OTHER VERSIONS:

Core
Core - PREMIUM ed.

Stereographic
Stereographic - PREMIUM ed.
Director's Pad - USB Control Pad for FrameForge 3D Studio
The Crime & Justice Expansion Pack adds 70 law-enforcement related objects including men and women - Caucasian, Black and Asian - dressed as police officers with a variety of hats and accoutrements and dressed as SWAT officer with or without assault vest, night vision goggles and camouflage fatigues.

Also includes vehicles, props and three new sets: Courtroom, Jail block, and Police Bullpen.

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The Military Expansion Pack adds over 125 high quality objects and actors covering uniformed soldiers (in three ethnicities), vehicles & weapons of war such as tanks and aircraft, ranging from WWII to the present. It includes men and women dressed in everything from a casual pilots jacket through dress uniform, drill sergeant, and various field operatives, all with a wide range of customization and options.

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The Emergency Response Expansion Pack adds over 200 high quality objects, set pieces and actors covering the area of Fire, Health and Safety. It includes men and women dressed as doctors, surgeons, nurses, EMTs, patients & corpses in addition to firefighters, and hazmat specialists in four colors of hazmat suit.

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The World Clothing Expansion Pack adds 83 new ethnic and period clothing styles covering Asia, Africa, the Middle East, India, Latin America, Medieval Europe and the American West.

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The Reel Faces Expansion Pack adds 250 new Actors in five ethnicities (Asian, Black, Caucasion, Hispanic and Middle Eastern) all created from photographs of real people.

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The Stock Sets Expansion Pack contains 24 fully dressed interiors and 16 exteriors suitable for immediate use as-is, or for adaptation to more specific locales.

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Overview

The Pro Version of FrameForge Previz Studio starts with the functionality of the Core version, plus adds the following amazing features:

Powerful Real-Time Multiple-Source Lighting

  • Multiple-source lighting using SmartLights™ that can be pointed at any object with a simple click of the mouse

  • Multiple-source Overlapping Shadows instantly add depth and realism to any image, and they happen real-time as you work.

  • Automatic Sun Position based on your selection of the geographical location, date & time of your shoot anywhere in the world. It automatically takes into account daylights saving time and also reports the sunrise, sunset and midday for that location on the date of your shoot.

  • Innovative Lighting Mixer puts all your lighting controls on one place, allowing you to create your basic lighting plan by setting and tweaking individual lighting instruments (brightness, color, shadow intensity, etc.) or just set the tone and time/place with a few broad strokes.
Physical Cameras and Associated Equipment

While FrameForge's cameras have always been optically accurate, they're now Physically Accurate too! Choose the equipment you'll be using on set in FrameForge Previz Studio and you'll know how much track you need to rent, where you'll have problems with the jib arm swinging into a doorway and much much more.

  • Dolly Tracks that "know" how to snap together automatically with dollies that "know" how to automatically follow the tracks

  • JL Fisher Dollies, Cranes, Jibs & Crossarms that function exactly like their originals from their ability to follow dolly tracks to how high they'll crane or how the jibs or cross-arms will spin

  • Arriflex, Panavision & Red Cameras modeled to scale (in addition to a number of "generic" cameras that can be swapped in for any camera you are using)

  • Geared, Fluid & Three Axis Remote Heads all of which function as their real-world counterparts do

  • Low Hats, High Hats, Baby & Standard tripods all sized to industry standards

  • Indy Equipment too!

  • Automatically be informed of Camera Collisions even if the colliding part is the back of a jib or crane.

  • Export Automatic Equipment Reports and get a sorted list of all the camera equipment on every set

  • Specialized Control Orbs for easy manipulation of lighting and grip equipment
Misc. Pro Features

  • More Animation/Animatics Exporting Options -- export at any size up to 3000 pixels high, nearly 3 x standard HD

  • Export Movies with Blueprint View synched on the left to show not only the shot, but how you plan to get it

  • Drop in Measure Tapes that optionally only show up in blueprint view to identify distances for DPs, Operators and Set Designers
NEW FEATURES IN VERSION 3.5

  • Printing & Exporting of Ground Glass - you now have the option to have any Ground Glass be printed, exported along with each image. In addition, Ground Glass now shows up in the Shot Manager.

  • View and work Full Screen on an external monitor - if you have a second monitor attached to your computer, you can have the program display any camera view full screen on this second monitor.

Specifications

  • Windows XP, Vista or Windows 7
  • Mac OS X 10.4 or later
  • 1 GB RAM
  • 500 MB hard disk space
  • Dual-Core CPU or equivalent
  • OpenGL hardware accelerated graphics card with 128MB dedicated RAM

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    "FrameForge is a new category of software that targets the rapidly growing interest in pre-planning movies on the computer. This is a product destined to become the first choice of filmmakers looking to take control of the visual design of their pictures."

    -- Steven D. Katz, Author, Film Directing Shot by Shot

    "FrameForge expanded my ideas about coverage in a way that traditional storyboarding never has. It also showed me ideas that simply wouldn't work in real-world applications because of the spacing of the room, position of the actors, and so on. I was able to solve many problems without losing a single moment of real production time."

    -- Jay Holben, Director of Photography/Cinematographer