The latest version of Autodesk Flame as a very neat feature for anybody who has to deal with many version of a timeline like it often happens in commercial sessions. The Connected timeline will help the editor to propagate any change applied to a single shot to any other instance of this shot in the other timelines.
In this episode on My Canadian Studio Frederic Warren shows Eric St-Martin how much time can be saved by using this feature in Flame.
#MCS EP08: FLAME CONNECTED CONFORM from Mon Studio Au Canada on Vimeo.
Host: Éric St-Martin
Guest: Frederic Warren, Autodesk
Camera: Franck Le Coadou
Switcher: Ingrid Schwietzer
Editing: Sébastien Perron
Music: Olivier Biron
Studio: Coup Monté
Autodesk announced that the next version on its powerful compositing and finishing solution, Flame, would soon be available on Linux an Mac OS. They also announced that it would then be available through a new subscription plan at a lower price along Flame Assist and Flare. Here is what you need to know to install Flame on your Mac.
Mathieu Marano took some time to discuss With Frederic Warren, UX Designer at Autodesk, about the new offer, the future of the Flame family of software and how Smoke is still part of the big picture.
#MCS EP07: AUTODESK FLAME ON MAC from Mon Studio Au Canada on Vimeo.
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