With JUCE having the building blocks to create audio software and integrate into a broad ecosystem of audio backends and plugin APIs, there was always the lack of video tools. The usual video rendering frameworks are often limited with their audio to playback at most. So to create tools, that let users be creative with audio AND video, one of those had to grow. The module foleys_video_engine aims to close this gap, allowing to implement video compositing with the same framework, that is currently used, to create the most advanced audio software.
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JUCE video processing module
Daniel Walz studied visualisation and image processing and developed medical imaging software. After that, he moved on to work in the audio industry for companies like Filmstro and ROLI. Bringing those talents together and his passion for film music and cinema, he now develops audio and video software. His portfolio with his company Foleys Finest Audio Ltd. spans audio plugins, spatial audio rendering and now video rendering software.