Enrich - Add-On For Visual Compositing

by Akash Hamirwasia in Scripts and Addons

1.1 Features Overview




What is Enrich Add-on?

Enrich is an add-on designed for post-production(compositing) in Blender. It minimizes the trouble of setting up of the nodes and allows you to experience the fastest and the most creative way of compositing in Blender. Enrich removes the burden of fiddling with nodes and changing values manually. Instead of setting the nodes on your own, the add-on does it for you and provides you with all the useful controls you would need.

Enrich add-on comes with presets, which are like predefined setups to use it in your render. In a click, you can select it, see the live update, and try out the other. The Presets of Enrich add-on not only include the default amazing color filters but also comes with a powerful system to allow you to customize and add your own presets, to make Enrich completely yours.

Why do I need it?

If you are looking for a way to quickly do the post-production within Blender, without going through the pain of setting up the nodes, then this add-on is for you. You will surely enjoy how Enrich makes it simple for you to do the post-production
Even if you like setting up the nodes yourself, bu want to do it much more quickly, then also Enrich add-on is great for you. As it generates the entire Node Tree in a click which is neatly arranged and can be customized further.

Here are a few features of the Enrich Add-on:


1) The Presets

The reason behind the creation of Enrich add-on was to allow you to quickly composite your render. With the Presets in this add-on, it has become possible. The add-on comes with beautiful and popular presets or filters which look good in every kind of render you create. The add-on also allows you to install Preset Packs which I will be releasing in the Future.

2) The Interface

Enrich Add-on comes with the Enrich Panel, which is designed in a way to update with your scene in Blender. It was created in a way to allow you to quickly do and enjoy the post-production. Every value in the panel comes with descriptions so that you can quickly understand the value.

3) Custom Presets

Though there are many presets which come with Enrich add-on, you may want to include your own set of presets which you want to use it with the add-on. You can! In a click of a button, you can install a preset directly in the add-on. Leave the Code behind!

4) Enrich Values

Well, sometimes you would want to save the settings of the Enrich panel. These settings may include options that you try the most in every scene you create, so instead of always manually putting those values, you can save the settings of the Enrich panel as a preset, and load it anytime in any scene.

5) Edit Anything

With the Enrich add-on, you have the option to edit nearly anything. From Images to Image Sequences, you can use any external file directly with the Enrich add-on. You get nearly all the options and settings available to you with the same visual workflow.

So, those were the Main Features of the add-on. As you use the add-on, I am sure you will enjoy the speed of post-production inside Blender!

Note: It is recommended that you use the Blender 2.77 or higher for the Enrich add-on


What do People think about it?

As a post-processing front-end for Blender’s node editor, Enrich is a very welcomed addition. It works like a filter engine that many of us are familiar with from Instagram, Google Photos, etc. It’s so useful for the majority of my compositing situations where I essentially just want to throw a filter on my render rather than hooking up a bunch of nodes. - Kent Trammell, CG Cookie.


Enrich is one of the best compositing workflow enhancement toolkits which gives you unlimited possibilities to post process your artworks. Just truly amazing - Pratik Solanki, Weybec Studio.

 

So, get the Enrich add-on today, and experience Photo Editing Workflow directly inside Blender

 

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