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A new tightly integrated creative environment brings together the Desktop, Timeline and Batch, enabling artists to more easily find and aggregate source material, move between creative toolsets for editing and 3D VFX creation and output finished products.

Courtesy of Che Revolution Post. Click image for larger view. The second important new feature is a redesigned timeline that integrates Flame and Smoke. The new timeline allows artists to more easily work within the context of the timeline, either building timelines from scratch or matching an offline cut without leaving the desktop. The timeline is critical to storytelling, Schioler adds. As schedules get compressed and more people are getting involved in the project, Flame artists are being asked to quickly iterate and aggregate so they can deliver a finished story.

So whether it’s bringing in graded material, or the new version of a comp or edit, it’s all about knowing where they are in the story. Now tightly integrated with the timeline and Batch compositing environment, the enhanced Flame Desktop offers greater flexibility. Drag multiple clips directly to the Timeline and Batch, add an unlimited number of reels to the desktop, view clips in the desktop in a new storyboard view, and more.

Image courtesy of Che Revolution Post. The newly integrated editorial and effects timeline allows artists to oversee entire projects, more easily create consistent looks and correctly match graded and 3D VFX shots to editorial. This addresses the fact that OpenGL historically drove Flame’s performance.

It’s a modern, very powerful color management engine. The new color management engine provides optimized floating-point color processing for scene-linear workflows. Visual effects artists can easily mix footage from digital cinema cameras, film scans, and video with new support for ACES, the Academy Color Encoding System bit file format.

Image courtesy of Motor VFX. Flame Premium 20th Anniversary Edition and the Extension releases of Autodesk Flame and Autodesk Flare software are anticipated to ship later this autumn. The 20th Anniversary edition and extension releases will be available exclusively to Autodesk Subscription customers. Thousands of people have downloaded the public trial for the new version, says Patel, and Autodesk will be issuing a pre-release version at IBC, adding new functionality based on customer response.

The full version of Smoke for Mac is expected to ship by the end of the year. Autodesk’s strategy with the new edition of Flame is reflective of today’s most potent trends. They want a high quality deliverable at the end, and the artist needs flexibility with the toolset to deliver what the customer needs. The new timeline allows artists to more easily work within the context of the timeline, either building timelines from scratch or matching an offline cut without leaving the desktop.

The timeline is critical to storytelling, Schioler adds. As schedules get compressed and more people are getting involved in the project, Flame artists are being asked to quickly iterate and aggregate so they can deliver a finished story. So whether it’s bringing in graded material, or the new version of a comp or edit, it’s all about knowing where they are in the story. Now tightly integrated with the timeline and Batch compositing environment, the enhanced Flame Desktop offers greater flexibility.

Drag multiple clips directly to the Timeline and Batch, add an unlimited number of reels to the desktop, view clips in the desktop in a new storyboard view, and more. Image courtesy of Che Revolution Post. The newly integrated editorial and effects timeline allows artists to oversee entire projects, more easily create consistent looks and correctly match graded and 3D VFX shots to editorial.

This addresses the fact that OpenGL historically drove Flame’s performance. It’s a modern, very powerful color management engine. The new color management engine provides optimized floating-point color processing for scene-linear workflows.

Visual effects artists can easily mix footage from digital cinema cameras, film scans, and video with new support for ACES, the Academy Color Encoding System bit file format. Image courtesy of Motor VFX. Flame Premium 20th Anniversary Edition and the Extension releases of Autodesk Flame and Autodesk Flare software are anticipated to ship later this autumn.

The 20th Anniversary edition and extension releases will be available exclusively to Autodesk Subscription customers. Thousands of people have downloaded the public trial for the new version, says Patel, and Autodesk will be issuing a pre-release version at IBC, adding new functionality based on customer response.

The full version of Smoke for Mac is expected to ship by the end of the year. Autodesk’s strategy with the new edition of Flame is reflective of today’s most potent trends. They want a high quality deliverable at the end, and the artist needs flexibility with the toolset to deliver what the customer needs.

Designed for faster browsing, easier organization and tighter integration with the creative tools in Flame Premium, the new MediaHub consolidates media management tools into a single area. Optimized Conform Workflow: The new task-based area for conforming features an extensive set of conforming and troubleshooting tools to help artists conform timelines and resolve issues quickly. That’s an apt description of what the industry is looking for, with the addition that the pressure on price is more acute than ever Autodesk has not released the price for the upcoming Flame

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A long-time user request was to include cast shadows and Autodesk has delivered with 3D shadows that are extremely interactive and easy to use yet deep. They have also introduced a totally new set of creative tools called Flame FX that can replace some plug-ins. These GPU-accelerated plug-ins are extremely fast and many work inside the 3D compositing environment of Action. Before we dive into all the cool new toys, I want give a brief overview of Smoke. Autodesk Smoke is an all-in-one editing and finishing tool. Why do this? Because Smoke has creative tools such as their Master Keyer, 2D tracker, built-in paint system, and the upgraded Action 3D compositing system. With these tools, you no longer need to round trip between separate apps, rather you keep your work flowing and stay in one app.

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All rights reserved. IBC is a big year for Autodesk , which is using the occasion to launch Autodesk Flame 20th anniversary edition software. The new software is part of Autodesk Flame Premium , a software toolset that integrates visual effects, editorial and real-time color grading. The new edition streamlines complex tasks and improves speed with a new creative workspace, top-level editorial timeline integration and an enhanced GPU pipeline. Maurice Patel, Sr. Manager M? E Industry Marketing, Autodesk. Pierre Arsenault Photo.

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