First Look: Discreet flame 8

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Discreet released new versions of inferno, flame and flint, updating its visual effects systems to versions 5, 8 and 8 respectively. Digital Media Net’s Charlie White visited the company’s Montreal headquarters, where Discreet officials and demo artists offered a close-up look at the new features in its flame 8 effects software.
Another unique feature is something you can do mainly because of the system’s awesome SGI-furnished bandwidth. Macs and PCs can’t hold a candle to this — SGIs are the only computers that can synch full resolution playback on the computer monitor while simultaneously showing you the same footage on a broadcast HD monitor.

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