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  1. Excellent website. Sp happy to find. We have had a lot of the same people on our Podcasts. We began Fall 2014, congrats on this show. I mean it as humble and happy to find. NOT ego. this looks like pure movie love. THE ONLY WAY TO FLY. hahahah


  2. How Dare you bad mouth Autodesk Flame.
    First of all it is not editing software, it's pure 3d compositor.
    people who work on flame nether editors or SFX, people who work on flame called FLAME ARTIST. it is for a reason.
    -Oh look Mama I bight paint just like Leonardo Davinci but my painting looks like shit.
    Yeh. It dose. people like that guy who can't figure out how to key green screen on flame is reason our industry is a shit show of immaturity.
    To learn flame you have to be apprentice first, learn the craft train your eye.
    Second- Flame is build not just to composite. It's build to composite in REAL TIME. When your client sits behind your back and shows you what he wants, and by the end of the session you have completed your work. IN REAL TIME.
    Before badmouthing software that is absolutely masterpiece of software ingeniring that is made for Artis not you tube bloggers. Talk with people from industry that's actually using it.

    (By the way really enjoying your show, keep the good work)

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