Essential Flame Episode three: Conform and round-tripping with Resolve

Written by RedShark News Staff

RedShark NewsThis week: how to work with Resolve

Even powerful software like Flame doesn’t exist in a vacuum, which means that it’s important to understand how to import and export material as part of a larger workflow.

This exclusive tutorial will guide you through the basics of Flame VFX software. Flame is incredibly powerful and there’s very little that you can’t do with it even at the highest level. So, inevitably, it can seem complicated at first.

Darren Mostyn, a Brighton, UK based Post Production facility owner, was until recently completely new to Flame, but he’s now learned his way around the software, and while that process was fresh in his mind, he made four videos to help beginners get to grips with Flame basics without the steep learning curve. 

In this third video, Darren demonstrates how to bring content in to Flame from Resolve, work on it (in this case using the Clone tool in Paint) and then send it back to the Resolve timeline.

Don’t forget there’s a special free trial offer so that when you’ve watched the videos, you can try Flame for yourself. You can find it here.

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