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First beta release of G'MIC OpenFX plugins for Natron. This is a OpenFX build customized for Natron 2.x, based on the original sources from +Tobias Fleischer .

Binaries for all supported platforms are available at https://github.com/NatronVFX/openfx-gmic/releases/tag/1.0beta1
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The Natron Community Plugins 2.1.7 are now available. Featuring installers for all platforms. https://github.com/NatronVFX/natron-plugins/releases/tag/2.1.7 Enjoy! :)
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Natron 2.1.5 is out https://natron.fr/download/

Changes:
- Introduce the notion of "Format", which is basically the area of the image to be displayed (similar to the display window in OpenEXR). Each clip has a format attached, so a project can contain images of different sizes.
- Fix a bug where deprecated plugins would not be loaded from project file 2561778
- macOS: clicking the dock icon now raises all windows
- macOS: fix ColorLookUp curves parameter display
- PyPlug: fix a bug where removing a node inside a Group would break any expression on its siblings
- Reader: fix a bug where copy/pasting a node would display a "Bad Image Format" error
- The whole user interface now uses the same font, and dialogs were cleaned up to use standard buttons
- Roto: fix a bug where the selected tool in the viewer would not refresh properly
- Fix a bug where Natron would not work properly when installed in a directory containing unicode characters
- OpenEXR: fix a bug where auto-crop files would not have their origin placed correctly

Plugins:
- Crop: add the "Extent" choice, to chose either a predefined format or a custom size
- Blur: add the "Crop To Format" option.
- Reformat: if input has a format, use it to compute the reformated output.
- NoOp: can also set the format.
- Shuffle: re-enable the "Output Components" choice"
- Premult/UnPremult: don't try to check processed channel when rewiring the input
- (beta feature) ErodeBlur: Erode or dilate a mask by smoothing.
- (beta feature) KeyMix: Copies A to B only where Mask is non-zero.
- (beta feature) PIK: A per-pixel color difference keyer that uses a mix operation instead of a max operation to combine the non-backing screen channels.
- (beta feature) PIKColor: Generate a clean plate from each frame for keying with PIK.
- (beta feature) Sharpen & Soften: new plugins.
- (beta feature) EdgeExtend: Fill a matte (i.e. a non-opaque color image with an alpha channel) by extending the edges of the matte.

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Been a while since I last posted on G+.... Anyway, Natron is now up to 2.1.4, and 2.1.5 will probably be released soon as well.

http://natron.fr/download/
https://github.com/MrKepzie/Natron/releases/tag/2.1.4
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Natron 2.1.1 is now available.

- Fix a bug where enabling GPU rendering from the settings would not be taken into account correctly by the ShaderToy node
- Fix a bug where panning the viewport during playback could show banding artifacts
- Fix a bug where the Reformat node would not work properly when loading a project and then switching the Type parameter
- Fix a crash when adding a control point to a roto shape with CTRL + ALT + LMB
- Fix a bug where the writing of the OpenFX plug-ins loading cache was not thread-safe. Multiple Natron processes on a same node of a render farm could corrupt the cache thus failing some renders because plug-ins could not load.
- The Dilate/Erode nodes now have the Alpha checkbox checked by default and also have a parameter to expand the bounding box
- The Auto-Turbo mode is now also enabled when writing out on disk

https://natron.fr/download/
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Natron 2.1.0 is now available. Include several new features and enhancements.

- The point tracker was completely reworked. It now uses libmv (from Blender). It now allows tracking different motion types (translation, rotation, scaling, perspective) and can be used for anything that needs match-moving or stabilizing.
- Readers/Writers are now all under the same Read/Write node. If 2 readers/writers can decode/encode the same format, a drop-down allows to choose between them.
- Python: it is now possible to pass extra properties to the createNode function to control how nodes are created.
- (beta feature) New documentation for Natron: Whenever pressing the "?" button in the properties panel of a node, Natron will open-up a page in your web-browser with documentation for this node. Natron also has a user-guide that is work in progress.
- (beta feature) Shadertoy is a new plugin that allows writing plugins using GLSL fragment shaders. It supports both GPU rendering using OpenGL and CPU rendering using Mesa.
- (beta feature) OpenGL rendering is now supported (enable it in Preferences/GPU rendering). Tested with the Shadertoy plugin and the HitFilm Ignite plugins.
-  ColorLookup now has a background that makes it easier to use as a color ramp.
- (beta feature) TextFX is a new text plugin with more features than the original text node(s).
- (beta feature) ReadCDR is a new reader plugin that supports CorelDRAW(R) documents.
- (beta feature) ReadPDF is a new reader plugin that supports PDF documents.

http://natron.fr/download/
https://github.com/MrKepzie/Natron/releases/tag/2.1.0
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Third maintenance release for Natron 2.0 is now available.

https://github.com/MrKepzie/Natron/releases/tag/2.0.3
http://natron.fr/download/
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Natron 2.1.9 is now available.

- Read/Write: Do not automatically set parameters when changing the filename (#1492). Creating a new Reader/Writer still sets those automatically.
- ctrl-click on a node in the nodegraph (cmd-click on Mac) now opens its control-panel (same as double-click)
- Curves with a single keyframe can now have a slope.
- Fix gamma=0 in the viewer
- Fix a bug where removing all control points from ColorLookup would crash the application
- Fix bugs in curves drawing.
- Fix potential crashes when using KDE on Linux
- Fix a bug where Roto strokes drawn at a different frame of the current frame would disappear
- (macOS) Fix a bug where the interface would become very slow after a String parameter is disabled or enabled
- ColorWheel: antialiased rendering
- Rectangle: add rounded corners
- PIKColor: fix black rims issue #1502, rework & optimize
- PIKColor: remove hard limits on parameters b85f558
- Grade & Gamma: fix behaviour when gamma=0
- Shadertoy: support iChannelResolution

https://natron.fr/download/

And as a bonus openfx-gmic is now in beta, featuring binaries for Linux and Mac (Windows will be added soon). Get it at https://github.com/olear/openfx-gmic/releases/tag/1.0beta1
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+Adam Earle Thanks for the feedback. 3D space etc is a (very) known feature request, this will be added in the future. The Nuke Studio stuff is not something that is on the roadmap yet. The Foundry merged Hiero into Nuke to make Studio, something they did because Nuke was more or less feature complete in regards to compositing, Natron is not there yet (only at v2, compare that to Nuke v2 and well.....).
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Natron 2.1.7 is now available. https://natron.fr/download/


* Fix a bug where PyPlugs would not load if the PYTHONPATH environment variable was set
* Fix a bug in the file dialog
* (beta feature) SlitScan: Per-pixel retiming.

And other fixes.
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Second maintenance release for 2.1 is now available.

- Viewer: A new button can now force full-frame rendering instead of the visible portion. This may be useful to remove borders artifacts when panning/zooming during playback
- Fix a bug where the Glow node would not work correctly
- Windows: Fix a bug where the 32-bit version would crash on launch with AMD Graphic Cards
- Fix a bug where the Read node would sometimes show an error dialog but everything was in fact fine
- Fix a bug where changing the output filename in a Write node would reset encoder specific parameters
- Tracker: when clicking "Set Input RoD" in the From points of the corner pin, automatically re-compute the To points over all keyframes
- Tracker: A bug was found in the internal algorithm when tracking with a rotation/affine model. This was fixed in co-operation with Blender developers
- Fix a bug where the .lock file of a project would not go away even if closing Natron correctly
- Fix a bug where expressions would not work in some circumstances


https://natron.fr/download/
https://github.com/MrKepzie/Natron/releases/tag/2.1.2
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Natron 2.1.0 is now available. Include several new features and enhancements.

- The point tracker was completely reworked. It now uses libmv (from Blender). It now allows tracking different motion types (translation, rotation, scaling, perspective) and can be used for anything that needs match-moving or stabilizing.
- Readers/Writers are now all under the same Read/Write node. If 2 readers/writers can decode/encode the same format, a drop-down allows to choose between them.
- Python: it is now possible to pass extra properties to the createNode function to control how nodes are created.
- (beta feature) New documentation for Natron: Whenever pressing the "?" button in the properties panel of a node, Natron will open-up a page in your web-browser with documentation for this node. Natron also has a user-guide that is work in progress.
- (beta feature) Shadertoy is a new plugin that allows writing plugins using GLSL fragment shaders. It supports both GPU rendering using OpenGL and CPU rendering using Mesa.
- (beta feature) OpenGL rendering is now supported (enable it in Preferences/GPU rendering). Tested with the Shadertoy plugin and the HitFilm Ignite plugins.
-  ColorLookup now has a background that makes it easier to use as a color ramp.
- (beta feature) TextFX is a new text plugin with more features than the original text node(s).
- (beta feature) ReadCDR is a new reader plugin that supports CorelDRAW(R) documents.
- (beta feature) ReadPDF is a new reader plugin that supports PDF documents.

http://natron.fr/download/
https://github.com/MrKepzie/Natron/releases/tag/2.1.0
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New maintenance release for Natron 2.0 is now available.

- Viewer enhancements.
- Several bug fixes.
- Support Tiffen plugins by DFT.

http://natron.fr/download/
https://github.com/MrKepzie/Natron/releases/tag/2.0.5
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