Ok, it's not something for this forum but I don't know where else to post this so I just give it a try hope someone knows something about this
The thing is; I bought the re timer plugin($1900) for slowing things down at pluginz.com, now it's almost a month ago, I haven't seen anything jet, they don't answer e-mails or phone calls, I can't login into there forums so my question is; is this an excisting company or did I throw my money in the water, does anyone know anything about these guys
Can you already shine some light on the pluginz.com topic mister Lindeboom?
otherwise it's maybe an idea to warn people not to buy anything there till further notice
In there forum someone has posted a somewhat simular case.
I've send them again a couple off e-mails, no reply
Take a HD image of a close up of a person who's face goes from a smile to a serious face in the normal speed, slow that down in fcp so this proces takes 1 minute and watch the sharpness of the resulting image closely
Let's put it this way: The boys at Revision FX won an Academy Award for the optical flow technology that is at the heart of their plug-in, if my memory serves me well.
For example, you can do some really rudimentary roto work in Final Cut also but I wouldn't want to try to use it for a real job.
Revision FX's retimer is a whole other level of tool than the one that ships with Final Cut, which is not a bad tool -- it's just that the retimer is a great tool.
Another way to say it is like I always tell Kathlyn: Women can have one of those young, good looking guys or they can refuse to settle for that and get one of us -- er, um, well seasoned and softened (yeah, that's it!) adonises. (Well okay, a really older brother of Adonis.)