Composite is Autodesk’s interactive solution for film compositing. It brings compositing and visual effects tools to high-end 2D artists working at HD, 2K, 4K or above, in film, television, and design. It features a full High Dynamic Range (HDR) pipeline, next-generation 3D compositing, high performance interaction at extremely high resolutions, and advanced rendering. It primarily features a database-less workflow for data management, one Composite seat, one scripting license, and unlimited rendering capabilities.

The Composite creative toolset includes keying, color correction, tracking, camera mapping, paint, spline-based warping, motion blur, and depth of field. Furthermore, it can be updated with extensions that add functionality to the product by means of new tools and core fixes.

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