Improved Camera Support
Support for over thirty new models, including many from Sony, Olympus, Fujifilm and Panasonic. Support for high-end digital film cameras, including ARRI ALEXA Mini, ALEXA LF, SXT and AMIRA models, as well as RED DSMC2.
Windows 64-Bit Support
Dragonframe 4 provides both 64 and 32 bit Windows versions, for maximum performance and compatibility.
Cross-platform Hi-DPI Support
Dragonframe 4 provides Hi-DPI support for Mac, Windows and Linux, rendering crisp text and graphics on hi-dpi capable systems like “Retina” Macs or the Surface Pro 4.
Use Dragonframe 4 on Ubuntu, Fedora, or similar 64-Bit (AMD64/x86_64) Linux systems.
New interface for configuring composition guides, line-up layers and drawings.
Improved Reference Material System
Load multiple line-up layers with separate opacity, chromakeying and masking.
Reference Video Player
Move reference videos into a separate window and keep them off to the side.
Use a reference movie as a lead-in clip to preview transitions.
Multiple Drawing Layers
Create multiple drawing layers, name them, and blend them as required.
Improved Live View Magnification Tool
Punch-in on up to three locations while animating.
Focus Check in Animation Workspace
Check focus without having to move into Cinematography.
Color Palette Tool
Create and compare color palettes (swatches).
High-resolution image comparison tools.
Movie recording and playback for supported cameras.
Multiple audio clips
Improved audio clip handling, with multiple tracks, separate volume, muting, etc.
Control 512 Lights
With the new DDMX-512 (or an updated DDMX-S2), you can now control 512 DMX channels.
Custom DMX light profiles
Create a light profile to better match the DMX level and the light output.
DMX Test Shots
Improved live view and test shot setup in DMX.
Virtual Axis Configuration
Configure the DMC-16 or DMC+ to control a boom/swing/track camera crane using x/y/z axes.