The bundle includes:
- 3x standard version
- 10x lite (for artists)
- 1x CLI (including the API)
- viewer license
- search & find elements
- load libraries
- (requires at least one standard version)
- ingest elements
- auto tagging feature
- manage libraries
- pipeline configuration
|das element lite||das element||das element cli|
|Operating systems||Linux (Debian/Centos) / Windows10 & 11 / MacOS|
|Processor||Apple M1, 64-bit Intel®, or AMD® multi-core processor Intel 6th-Gen i5 or higher, AMD 3rd-Gen Ryzen 5 or higher|
|Memory||8 GB or more of RAM (16 GB recommended)|
|GPU||currently no GPU support|
|Hard Drive||1 GB for installation (10+ GB recommended)|
|Screen Resolution||1920x1080 recommended|
|Pointing Device||Two-button mouse|
|Unsupported Features||das element performance is not guaranteed for below cases.
das element - standard
The standard version is the software that helps you organize your digital media assets. You can configure your pipeline and render templates, create libraries and ingest files into your folder structure. The AI feature helps you with the tagging of elements.
das element - lite
The lite version is used by an artist to browse the library. Multiple libraries can be loaded. No creation of libraries, no ingest and no AI. Getting only this lite version won't be very useful. You will at least need one standard version in order to setup a library
das element - cli
The CLI version is the command line software (no GUI) that returns a prediction of labels for a given media file. This can be used in a post render process to label a rendering.
das element uses a handcrafed machine learning model that is specially trained on VFX elements.
For example, it recognizes a main category like smoke, but also the child categories e.g.: fume, wisp, steam ...
If you however want to create a new library you need the standard version.
This can be used in a post render process to label a rendering. The machine learning features are all running locally on your workstation.