Get a unified media management approach to share, sort and sync media across multiple sequences. Users can finish faster in Flame and Flare. Abilities include: Shared Sources, Source Sequence, Shots Sequence, Shared Segment Syncing and Smart Replace.
New capabilites for 2017 include:
Gain extended support for the latest cameras and formats with Flame 2017.
All Flame products now provide:
Better support creativity with an extensive editorial toolset in Batch FX and Reel Groups on the desktop.
Batch has been updated with the following enhancements:
The load from desk function enables you to temporarily view your reels to add more sources to your Batch. You can now switch reel groups while you are loading.
With new Batch group iterations, users can change the iteration start number, customise their save setup backups with tokens or a python hook or turn off iterations for a particular Batch.
Batch also includes:
Designed for faster browsing and easier organisation, the new MediaHub consolidates media management tools into a single area. The MediaHub helps you more easily browse, search, organise, import and export multiple files at once, resize and apply lookup tables (LUTs) to files on import, and apply presets from one central location.
The Media Panel has been updated for 2017 to allow container and clip localised sorting and advanced clip search.
When you are working in a particular project, the Media Panel provides access to all project media through an always-accessible gateway where you can easily organise, save and sort source clips, sequences, reels, desktops and Batch setup snapshots.
Browse, move, copy and organise your assets. You can display and scrub larger proxies in both full screen and dual view modes. Dual Library View and structural improvements provide artists with more control over media organisation.
Access an extensive set of conforming and troubleshooting tools in a single task-based area for faster creation of multi-layer timelines. With tight integration between the timeline, event list and media, you can relink faster, troubleshoot more effectively and aggregate the final timeline more efficiently.
Visual cues, a colour-code event list, one-click relinking of matched shots and an integrated player for shot verification all help conform timelines and resolve issues quickly. Flame includes advanced conform tools.
The 2017 version also supports:
Provides real-time GPU-accelerated debayering of RED and ARRIRAW source media when using high-performance NVIDIA K6000 or M6000 graphics cards.
Oversee projects, easily create consistent looks and correctly match graded and 3D VFX shots to editorial intention using the redesigned timeline. Supported by Reactor, the GPU-driven pipeline, the timeline provides greater interactivity and effects workflow.
With a rich multi-layer editorial feature set for building timelines from scratch or matching off-line cuts, the timeline enables you to:
Access a full set of timeline-based audio editing and processing tools. Audio tools include real-time playback of up to 32 audio tracks and segment-based audio soft effects for full audio editing and mixing abilities.
Note: This feature is exclusively available to current Maintenance Subscription or Desktop Subscription customers as part of Extension 1 for Flame 2016 software release, expected to be available on or after 23 September 2015.