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April 16, 2021, 08:37 AM
Flame® 3D VFX and finishing software provide effective tools for 3D compositing, visual effects, and editorial finishing. An integrated, creative environment means faster compositing, advanced graphics, color correction, and more.#autodesk#flame#2022
April 15, 2021, 08:16 AM
Autodesk has just unveiled more than 40 user-driven improvements to Flame that simplify the artist’s day-to-day workflow and boost creative collaboration. The update, available now, builds on machine learning (ML) capabilities that address specific tasks in Flame; the release brings ML to Flame’s core toolset in the form of next-gen camera tracking technology. The new camera tracker delivers remarkable automatic camera solves and 3D geometry output in a matter of minutes. Artists also gain a...#autodesk#flame
October 14, 2013, 01:45 AM
We are happy to announce the Bangkok Creative Pro User Group meeting on Oct 30, at Friesse Greene in Bangkok. The featured speakers will be Brad Bowyer and David Wood from Autodesk Singapore.#avid#autodesk#flame#bangkok#cpug#thailand#creative pro user group
December 18, 2012, 05:00 PM
Autodesk announced the latest extension release for Flame 20th Anniversary Edition Software -- a major redesign of its premier VFX software that is a part of Autodesk Flame Premium 2013. Extension 2 includes new features and performance enhancements based on customer feedback. Available to current users with active subscription contracts, these enhancements refine the high-end visual effects and finishing workflow, accelerating production and enabling greater creativity.#autodesk#flame#extension
December 17, 2012, 09:23 PM
(December 17, 2012) Today Autodesk announced the latest extension release for Flame 20th Anniversary Edition Software - a major redesign of its premier VFX software that is a part of Autodesk Flame Premium 2013. Extension 2 includes new features and performance enhancements based on customer feedback.#autodesk#flame
November 6, 2012, 10:03 AM
In 1992 a small company named Discreet Logic introduced a new software tool for creating visual special effects for film and TV. Created by Gary Tregaskis, it was originally named Flash, later changed to Flame. It didn't take long for the industry to warm up to the new software; "Super Mario Bros." was the first movie to use Flame a few months later. Not long after, Flame introduced 3D compositing, allowing video artists to composite on one layer in 3D that included lights, displacement...#autodesk#flame#vfx#visual effeects#special effects
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