Unless you've been living under a rock for the past year or so, you are probably aware of what CMOS rolling shutter is, and the potential image problems it can create in certain shooting situations. At NAB 2009, The Foundry was showing an early version of a software toolset in Nuke to help resolve certain undesirable image issues created by CMOS rolling shutter. They were kind enough to give us a demonstration of these tools.
NAB 2009 Video - The Foundry and CMOS Rolling Shutter
Tools to fix CMOS Rolling Shutter artifacts in post
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