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eyeon Launches

eyeon Software has launched, a new online service for Fusion artists and compositors in general.

VFXPedia is a central resource for compositing artists who use eyeon Software's Fusion product line to produce visual effects. This website is used by the staff at eyeon to provide technical information, such as whitepapers, scripts, tips and examples. The main purpose of the site is to invite Fusion artists to share their expertise and learn more about Fusion and compositing in general.

"Originally, we wanted to create a one-stop technical resource for Fusion artists," said Joanne Dicaire, director of marketing and business development for eyeon. "Over time, we would really like to see this site become a general encyclopedia of compositing information, and a powerful knowledge base for new artists entering the compositing community."

The eyeon community site is driven by peer feedback and contributions. Members will be extensively involved in posting, ranking, submitting, commenting and participating in a site that is designed with the artist in mind to open the door for thousands of community members to stay current with industry news and events, network with other professionals in their field and take advantage of a wide selection of compositing information and education.

VFXPedia will provide a pulse on the latest trends and innovative topics of discussion in the visual effects industry and the Fusion community. Key components of VFXPedia include:

* Getting Started* Fusion Under Linux* Reference Manual And Tool Reference* System Administrator's Guide To Fusion* Tips And Techniques* Comp Shop* Settings And Macros* Scripts* Plug-ins* Faqs* Wishlist

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eyeon Software ( is dedicated to providing the best possible solutions for dynamic desktop compositing and pipeline management. Drawing upon expertise in film visual effects, eyeon continues to develop innovative tools to maximize project control and minimize creative barriers. Today, eyeon offers products to meet the demands of film, with a comprehensive toolset for the commercial broadcast, motion graphics and games development markets.