HIERO was built from the ground up to address the challenges of collaborative working on VFX projects, especially those with a quick turnaround, and create a smooth workflow out of the box. HIERO enables collaborative working with NUKE and other editorial, VFX and finishing tools. Both open and scriptable, HIERO can integrate into your pipeline like no other VFX timeline available on the market today.
About The Foundry
The Foundry was established in 1996. It is now the fastest-growing company in its field today, and is internationally renowned for its product design and collaborative and open approach to development.
Led by CEO Bill Collis and a management team that still includes the original founders, The Foundry is backed by The Carlyle Group with a substantial portion still owned by the staff.
In September 2012, The Foundry merged with Luxology, an independent US-based technology company. As a joint entity the company develops award-winning computer graphics and visual effects (VFX) software used globally by leading artists and designers.
The Foundry has a stable of award-winning 2D and 3D VFX software including its industry standard compositor NUKE. Luxology is well known for its innovative 3D modelling and rendering technology and its flagship product, modo.
This rapidly growing global company now has more than 200 employees distributed between its London, Mountain View and Los Angeles offices.
- Hiero's spreadsheet has been improved.
You can now:
- Select which default columns are visible by right-clicking the column header and toggling the column on or off.
- Reorder the columns using drag-and-drop.
- Sort the spreadsheet on a per column basis by clicking on the column header.
- Filter the contents of the spreadsheet by entering text in the Filter box.
- Add custom columns Pythonically. See the Developer Notes for more information.
- Hiero's Viewer now includes jog, shuttle, and absolute timeline controls. Hold K over the Viewer to activate the controls - the cursor changes to reflect the current mode.
The jog controls also detect rotary motion to jog through frames. Clockwise motion in the top third of the Viewer, while holding K, advances the playhead and vice-versa.
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