Introduction to the Texture Synthesizer

The Texture Synthesizer provides a way to create resolution independent texture field based effects. It can also be used as a modulator in many Image Operations, or as a background texture module in the Paint Synthesizer. You can either work with pre-built texture synthesizer Presets,   or work directly in the Editor palette to modify…

Temporal Ip Op Introduction

Example of the temporal difference matte effect Temporal Image Processing operations are time based video processing effects that use the current source movie as a source for processing. This kind of effect assumes you have a loaded source movie or are processing a movie file. You can run them without a loaded source movie but…

Operation Modes

Check out the Training Videos on Each Operation Mode Studio Artist Training Videos   Studio Artist provides a number of different Operation Modes.  Each operation mode is designed to provide a specific set of functionality. Some modes may only provide automatic actions to create visual effects.  Others may allow you to perform interactive operations with…

Introduction to the Vectorizer

The Studio Artist Vectorizer takes a raster image and converts it into a flat color vector representation. The vectorization process can either try to mimic the source as closely as possible or can be configured to create a wide range of different stylistic effects.             There are hundreds of Vectorizer…

Supersizer and Resizing the Canvas

Supersizer is Synthetik Software’s custom image interpolation algorithm that offers improved performance over more traditional approaches to image interpolation and resizing. Supersizer is great for taking small photos and blowing them up to large canvas sizes. It tends to give better results with less interpolation artifacts than more traditional approaches like bicubic interpolation.   Supersizing…