12.07.2005 02:07 PM
Autodesk unveils Linux version of Discreet Flame

Autodesk has launched its Discreet Flame visual effects system on dual-core workstations running the Linux operating system. The Discreet Flame system is already available on workstations running the IRIX operating system.

The Discreet Flame system provides artists with a fully interactive 3-D compositing environment filled with advanced creative tools for video, SD, HDTV and 2K digital cinema post production.

Autodesk's Discreet Flame and Discreet Smoke 2K systems are currently available on SGI IRIX-based workstations.

The following Discreet systems will be available on Linux-based workstations this winter:

  • Discreet Flame and Discreet Smoke 2K systems
  • Discreet Flint SD and Smoke SD systems
  • Discreet Flint HD and Smoke HD systems

For more information, visit www.autodesk.com/me.

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