Autodesk's product upgrade steamroller powers on

Toxik goes 2009 while RealViz is reborn as ImageModeler. Autodesk is leaving no stone unturned in its yearly product updating drive, as it reveals the latest version of its compositing program Toxik and the new edition of ImageModeler.

Toxik 2009 adds support for stereoscopy (also added to Maya 2009 as detailed yesterday), an accelerated 3D to 2D workflow thanks to the ability to import render pass and render layer setups from Maya, and several new tools such as the spline-based Warp 2D tool and a Lens Blur tool.

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