News: Autodesk Flame Adds Additional Linux Workstation Support
Autodesk has added support for the Linux workstation. Lenovo ThinkStation P7, so artists can do more and do it faster than ever before.
New Linux Workstation support for Flame
Autodesk Flame artists can tackle more complex finishing and visual effects projects with a newly certified Linux workstation. Lenovo ThinkStation P7, powered by Intel Xeon W-Series processor, is now qualified with Flame 2024.1.1, available on September 15. It joins a growing list of certified workstations built for performance to be reckoned with. Learn more by visiting the Flame Family Linux Certified, Self-Qualified Systems and Storage Solutions page.
Finishing and visual effects software
Autodesk Flame® software packs a powerful punch – enabling 3D compositing, visual effects and editorial finishing to easily fit into your creative workflow. This intuitive environment guarantees that you’ll get amazing results quickly!
- Deliver commercials, TV episodes, and films with AI-powered, pixel-perfect visual effects
- Enhance every project with a robust, integrated color grading and finishing toolset
- Build complex 3D scenes with an intuitive, node-based compositing system
Posted by Kim Sternisha