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Speeding up workflows with disguise r17.3

Speeding up workflows with disguise r17.3

Speeding up workflows with disguise r17.3

disguise introduces a new features to make workflows more efficient

The latest disguise software has introduced a number of new key features intended to make workflows more streamlined and efficient post-lockdown. These include Indirections, Multi-layer Editing, Object Assignment Hotkeys and Crossfaded Loop Section Mode, as well as a number of improvements and bug fixes.

The standout new feature of the r17.3 software release is Indirections, which gives more flexibility by allowing users to change keyframe objects out quickly. This includes objects such as mappings, video clips, textures and configurations remotely via third-party protocols such as OSC, DMX or a dedicated API. According to disguise, this creates new potential workflows for esports, for example, by making changes to the visual experience in response to gameplay. The new Multi-layer Editing feature allows users to edit multiple layers, saving time sequencing and simplifying workflows by assigning common parameter values across layers. The ability to select multiple layers and keyframe values to layers simultaneously allows users to respond to feedback quickly and ensure time onsite is maximised. With the Object Assignment Hotkeys feature, workflows can be tailored for speed and ease of use by assigning custom keyboard shortcuts for supported objects.

“There’s never a time I'm not trying to select two things at the same time,” commented Wyatt Bartel, senior technical director at Lux Machina, who had early access to the software. “The new release should help end onsite frustration and build better relationships with directors. It also has real-world impact when time is of the essence.”

The software update is available to download from the manufacturer’s website.

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