The next instalment in Autodesk’s compositing and effects software, features new improvements and tools, giving users even more customisation options.
New additions in Flame 2019 include:
Freeze has now been added to Motion Wrap, enabling users to keep the current wrap results at the reference frame. Users are then able to repeat this up to the next reference frame without having to update the GMask or the projection’s shape
Users can now convert archives from previous releases of Flame to the current version of the software.
New playback options are now available in Batch, from the play drop down button. This makes playback now even easier.
Users now have the option to monitor an audio context while a node is selected.
New node tools give users even more flexibility.
Flame now supports MatteKey clip and MatteKey effect enabling users to import RGBA media files and convert them to a 2D Transform effect on a Matte Container.
Users can now sync individual or selected Timeline FX across segments when working with connected sources or connected segments.
Flame 2019 now features an effects tab. When users now open a Timeline FX editor, the effects tab is now displayed. This new tab provides you with an in-context view of the timeline shots.
The latest Flame software now adds Motion Warp tracking to the GMask Tracer tool. Users can also use a new Matchbox shader, Matte Viewer, enabling users to visualise the matte coverage on the comp result of the GMask Tracer.
Lustre 2019 has been given improvements in the following areas:
A series of powerful new Matchbox shaders have been added, from beauty targeted work to lens effects. This also includes a powerful new colour correction tool.
This is just some of the new features and improvements that have been added to Flame 2019. A full list of updates can be found here.
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