Discreet's Visual Effects Software Gets Fired Up
At the 2002 NAB show in Las Vegas, Nevada, Discreet announced details of inferno 5, flame 8 and flint 8, the most powerful versions of the company's visual effects software to date. Offering enhanced feature sets, such as mixed resolution support, extended editing capabilities and support for background rendering on Linux, the new releases will also support the FBX file format from Kaydara, creating improved integration of 2D and 3D workflow and extending the 3D model support across different vendors writing with this industry standard. NAB 2002 also marked the 10th anniversary of flame -- Discreet's award-winning visual effects system. inferno 5, flame 8 and flint 8 are scheduled for release in 2002.