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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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