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Natron is an open-source, cross-platform nodal compositing software.

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Features for the next version:

 

    Tracker node: A new tracker will be embedded in Natron to track multiple points with different

algorithms available.

Features for future versions:

    Python scripting: Natron will be entirely scriptable, to operate with the node graph faster and

also to allow Natron to be used as a command-line tool only.

    Dope sheet: Well this is time we implement this, it can be very tedious to organise image sequences

without this very useful tool.

    Presets: As the scripting will be implemented, it will be easy for us to add Node presets that you can

share with others.

    Templates: Template nodes are an aggregation of several nodes put together as a graph that act

like a simple node. Share your templates and save time re-using them as part of other graphs.

    Deep data: Support for deep data (multiple samples per pixel)


https://natron.inria.fr/features/

https://sourceforge.net/projects/natron/

https://sourceforge.net/projects/natron/files/latest/download

https://github.com/MrKepzie/Natron/wiki/Installation-Guide%5BAll-platforms%5D