Sapphire Unit: Lighting Boris FX

Sapphire Unit: Lighting


Flawlessly simulate natural and synthetic lights with the legendary Sapphire Lighting Unit.


Highlighted Effects Include:

Glow - Generate natural, organic light from the brighter areas of your video.

GlowDarks - Areas of the source clip darker than the given threshold are blurred and combined with the input clip to give a deep smoky look.

ZGlow - Glows areas of the source clip with varying widths depending on the depth values from a ZBuffer input.

EdgeRays - Generate glorious high-quality beams of light that emit from the edges of objects within your video footage.

LensFlare - Generate photorealistic and stylized lens flares or build your own custom flare.

LightLeak - Render sheer, abstract patterns of color that simulate light leaking through gaps in a camera body.

Flashbulbs - Simulates lots of flashbulbs going off. With many small flashes, can look like a stadium scene. With a few large flashes, works well on a celebrity red carpet clip.

Rays - Generate high-quality beams of light that emit from the brightest parts of your footage.

Glare- Composite halos and glint rays to your video by detecting the brightest areas of the frame.

Glint - Generate star-shaped glimmers in brighter areas of your video.

EmbossDistort - Emboss or concave your video by using a custom relief map. Create large bold bumpy distortions or thin glassy indentations.

EmbossGlass - Emboss or concave your video using a custom relief map while adding a vibrant chroma distortion.

EmbossShiny - Emboss or concave your video using a custom relief map while adding lighting effects to bring out highlights, reflections, and shadows.

SpotLight - Highlight a specific area of your footage with a range of harsh and soft spotlights.


Host Applications:
The Foundry Nuke

Operating Systems:

System Requirements:

Works with Adobe, Avid, Resolve, Nuke and other supported OFX hosts with the exception of Baselight and Resolve for Linux

AV3 Price : $595.00


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