The third update to Flame since Flame 2018 shipped in February
The 2018.3 release builds on a steady stream of updates since Flame 2018 was released in February 2017: a pattern that Autodesk says will be repeated with future releases.

The video above picks out the highlights of the initial release and Flame 2018.1 and Flame 2018.2, including 32-bit float image processing; enhancements to the Desktop Paint tool, including support for 16-bit float images; improvements to Connected Conform workflow; and the Python API itself, added in 2018.2

Read a full list of new features in Flame 2018.3

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