Blogs by Autodeskers
How the #AutodeskExperts became a part of the moviemaking process on the Oscar-nominated short The Voorman Problem
A tip on interoperability between Flame & Lustre - The Flame Premium suite. Utilizing multiple mattes in a Lustre timeline.
Bill Ennis and Quinn Richardson restart the "Flame Premium can do that" blog in 2014....
Craig Barr, artist and Technical Marketing Specialist at Autodesk, designed and sculpted the Flame Award. I recently had the opportunity to ask Craig about his creative process, the technical challenges he faced, and the inspiration for the award.
Announcing Service Pack 2 for 2014 versions of Autodesk Creative Finishing 2 software. Customers can now get even more out of their high performance Autodesk Creative Finishing system with the newly certified NVIDIA® Quadro® K6000 GPU.
This year at IBC, the AREA TV team interviewed guest presenters, Flame artists, partners, trainers, and product designers. Read on for a round up of our coverage at the event.
With 798 episodes to date, featuring 11 different Doctors, creating a trailer that covers this half century for the 50th anniversary special of Dr Who is clearly quite a brief. However, it's a brief that Framestore seems to have succeeded with and judging by the feedback on YouTube excelled at.
What happens when you mix good DNA & evolution with a strong dose of field experience? You get the expertise of a highly qualified support team that knows your business. The Flame Premium support team is globally recognized as a leader in their field. Customers, partners, even competitors often ask, "What makes this team so good at what they do"
Cedric Lejeune from Workflowers has created a Flame Premium AU MasterClass on color management. A workflow specialist for high-end VFX and digital cinema, Cédric Lejeune has helped set up production pipelines and trains people all over the world.
With so much to cover about Flame, Bill and I have realized that 2 blogs would be better than one! So...we have decided to launch a new Flame on the Brain blog! Visit me here: http://area.autodesk.com/blogs/flame