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6th August 2007, 08:27
This is my first post here. Feels good.
Ok here`s the questieon(s). I am working at SVT(swedish broadcasting company)
And we will evaluate fusion and vision. I wonder if anyone knows the diffrencies between fusion and vision? And second someone told me that fusion is very buggy. I am testing it right now and i can`t find these evil bugs. Do they exist or are they just pure evil rumours from the competition?
I hope you can understand my so called english. and give some intresting answers.
I will report from my evaluation of vision when we get the trial license.
By the way this is a great site
8th August 2007, 17:30
Personally, I've found Fusion to be pretty stable, but I know that it sometimes doesn't like running under a user with anything less than administrator rights on the machine. That's the only time I've had some problems with it.
In my opinion, Fusion totally rocks. I find it's workflow incredibly intuitive. I hope you enjoy it too :D
P.S. I don't know anything about Vision. Sorry!
20th August 2007, 18:57
I work for eyeon and can help explain the differences between Vision and Fusion. Vision is our most comprehensive product aimed at the broadcast market based on the Fusion engine. Ok what does that mean? It has the same Compositing, 3D particle engine, Text, Paint System, Visual Effects, Tracking, Automation and Workflow tools as Fusion. It really is a sub-set that allows Broadcasters and Production facilities to take advantage of the Fusion toolset that is most applicable to them.
The two main differences are; 1) Vision is designed around a 2D environment space for Video but with a 3D Particle engine. Fusion supports full 3D environments. 2) Vision is designed to process 8 and 16-bit colour precision as well as 16-bit floating point per pixel. This is more than enough accuracy for video applications including high-end HD production. Fusion can handle the same colour precision except that it can also work with 32-bit floating point per pixel which is applicable to the highest-end of film production. There is one other difference and that is price. Vision costs less than a third the price of Fusion. You can find out more about Vision by following the following link http://www.eyeonline.com/web/eyeonweb/products/vision/vision.aspx or contact me directly (firstname.lastname@example.org).
As for the Fusion stability and reliability question, you can imagine that my answer would be biased. All I can say is that Andy says it beautifully. Let me know how your testing goes and if you have any other questions.
All the best,
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