FXhome this week released HitFilm 13, the latest version of its editing and VFX software, now incorporating Foundry’s Camera Tracker technology on the timeline, among other feature updates.
Camera Tracker is an integrated camera-tracking and match-moving tool that can be used to accurately composite 3D objects into 2D footage captured with a moving camera. Originally included only in Foundry NukeX, Camera Tracker for Adobe After Effects was available for a short time before being discontinued by Foundry in 2017.
Other new HitFilm features include the ability to lock and unlock layers from the timeline, new plug-ins for tone coloring, stock background removal and high-pass sharpening, strength sliders for LUT effects, performance enhancements, and support for 4K 60p output as well as multiple audio streams.
HitFilm 13 is available for download now at $299 for a three-seat pro license including 12 months of upgrades and technical support.