In BCC particle filters if you change a keyframe for a parameter whose full animation history affects the particle rendering (such as the keyframed history of the particle emitter location), any previously cached frames that are more than one keyframe away from the changed keyframe will not be automatically recalculated.
BCC Plugin Features
- In Particle Emitter 3D, keyframing the Wind X/Y/Z sliders can yield unexpected movement of the particles and as a temporary workaround, these parameters should remain static.
- BCC Optical Stabilizer does not appear in the initial 8.0.0 release. It will be reinstated in an update release in the near future.
- The Beat Reactor audio graph becomes less accurate as the Frequency Resolution is increased to high values. As a temporary workaround use low values near the default setting of 32.
- The Beat Reactor audio graph shifts by a noticeable amount when the resolution is less than full. Set the preview resolution to full when setting up Beat Reactor clips to avoid any discrepancies between preview and final renders.
- Some BCC transitions do not work as when applied as one-sided transitions to the front of a clip or when applied to clips with alpha channels. This can generally be worked around by applying the effect as a VideoFx transition with media separated on different tracks if necessary rather than applying as a true transition.
- If a project is saved after loading a preset in the BCC effect controls and this preset is removed from the system (or the project is copied to another system that doesn’t contain this preset), then when the project is reopened the UI for the effect does not appear correctly. This can be worked around by reinstating the missing preset and relaunching vegas or by saving the settings as a Vegas preset, deleting the filter, and loading that vegas preset in a new instance of the filter.
- In filters with more than one Motion Tracker point (e.g. BCC Witness Protection), saving/loading the motion tracker data only works for the first tracker point.
- Filters which access frames at alternate times such as the Time category filters can produce unexpected jitter when applied to clips that have more horizontal frame aspect than the project’s frame aspect.
- The Mix with Original control in several filters produces results in float bit depth projects that don’t match the results in 8-bit projects.
- BCC Posterize Time can show interlacing artifacts when applied in interlaced projects. As a workaround, you can prerender Posterize Time clips in progressive projects which will produce correctly posterized frames when reimported into interlaced projects.
- BCC Stars will occasionally exhibit horizontal bands of artifacts in the star field and galaxy controls.
- In BCC Particle Systems (but not in Particle Emitter 3D), particles are rendered as if progressive even when in interlaced projects thus yielding less fluid motion in fast moving particle animations.
- BCC LED shows occasional miscolored dots on Quadro FX 3500 cards.
BCC Plugin Filters Include
- 3D Extruded Image Shatter
- Burnt Film
- Film Glow
- Flicker Fixer
- Fractal Noise
- Glow Matte
- Lens Flare 3D
- Mixed Colors
- Noise Map 2
- Organic Strands
- Particle Array
- Particle Emitter 3D
- Particle Systems
- Pin Art
- Stage Light
- Star Matte
- Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10, 8/8.1, Windows 7.
- Processor (CPU): Pentium 4 (2.4 GHz) Or Above.
- Graphics Cards (GPU): PCI Express graphic accelerator supporting DirectX 9.0, Intel HD Graphics or above.
- Memory (RAM): 2 GB required for Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8/8.1.
- Hard Disk Space: 250 MB for product installation.
How To Install BCC Plugin
- Extract the RAR file and install the setup with a trial key.
- Copy the Patch file to the install directory.
- Apply the patch.
- All Done.
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