Visual effects software developer The Foundry will reveal a range of Furnace plug-ins for Final Cut Pro and demo some new stereoscopic 3D tools at NAB.

Furnace plug-ins are based on advanced motion estimation technology.

They provide a range of compositing tools - such as wire removal, image stabilisation and auto rotoscoping - for both Foundry and third party editing packages.

This new release will mark the first time that Final Cut Pro users have been given access to the plug-ins.

The Foundry has also laid the groundwork for multi-view compositing in its desktop visual effects application, Nuke. Responding to a surge in interest in stereoscopic 3D production, the company is now concentrating R&D efforts on creating tools to further support this new workflow.

This work will be previewed during the show.

The Foundry's products work with After Effects, Avid DS, Baselight, Film Master, Fusion, Nuke, Scratch, Shake and various Autodesk systems.