Foundry has announced the latest version of Flix, its collaborative story development tool.
This release improves Flix’s collaboration tools with a new workflow between Flix and Avid Media Composer. Publishing from Flix to Media Composer is promised to be seamless, and artists can re-confirm a sequence from editorial into Flix using only AAFs.
In addition to the Avid Media Composer workflow, Flix 6.1 introduces a new Project Migration Tool that enables the transfer of existing Flix 5 projects into Flix 6, and restores version history, dialogue, and timing for all episodes and sequences.
Export Preference is improved to make it easier to export assets which can be named and organized into Flix at studio or show level. That means users and departments don’t have to worry about naming conventions and file location.
Additional improvements include the ability to filter highlighted panels, the introduction of an Autosave feature, a ‘Starred Shows’ feature that pins favourite shows to the top of the projects list, and improved server monitoring tools for better performance diagnostics.
You can read more about this release on Foundry’s website
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