Setting a Composite Start Frame - Flame 2019.1

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Level: Beginner
Recorded in: Autodesk Flame 2019.1 Update


This may not be a flashy or creative task but it comes up in quite often in every form of production. This practical video covers the way to set a custom start frame for your composites.

Normally the default is frame 1 but there are quite a few cases, including sequence publishing or shot collaboration with Shotgun, which would require a custom start frame.

We'll run through the preferences and options of how the start frame works in Batch as well as BatchFX.

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