Optimizing Finishing and VFX workflows in Flame
Flame 2024 optimizes desktop, hybrid, and cloud finishing solutions and puts new, creative tools in Artists’ hands for a familiar and uncompromising experience. A new metadata overlay feature lets artists view shot metadata in context, directly in the Flame viewer UI, providing easier monitoring and tracking of shots when collaborating across teams. Flame now runs natively on Apple Silicon, giving you access to the newest technology. VFX and Paint workflows have also been strengthened, improving collaboration, increasing productivity, and enhancing the stability of your work.
Start Frame Improvements
Embracing post-production in the cloud
Extending cloud-enabled finishing capabilities introduced last year, the latest Flame updates reduce complexity for customers collaborating in the cloud, and help studios meet increased demand during production spikes. With recently announced support for Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud Digital Interface (CDI), which allows users to move uncompressed video between AWS instances, Flame enables high-quality, low-latency reference monitoring when working in the cloud. Flame AWS users can transmit 8-bit, 10-bit, and 12-bit video signals with audio, accommodating better reference display and viewing needs for the most demanding projects virtually anywhere in the world. Paired with a supported streaming solution, signals can be sent to multiple devices, enabling remote work and collaboration with fellow artists and review stakeholders.