Here’s the list of requests submitted at flamefeedback.autodesk.com that have been implemented in the Flame 2023 release. Thanks to all of you who are using this platform.
FI-00095 - Preferences: Support the Bold Font function on macOS
FI-00557 - Animation: Ability to save Animation channel settings
FI-00663 - Animation: Ability to delete keyframes forward / backward.
FI-00954 - Animation: Shortcut or button to exhibit only coloured channel in animation editor
FI-01026 - Animation: Snap keyframes to frame when resizing a channel from the Timeline
FI-01055 - Animation: Update the Animation Editor
FI-01798 - Python API: Add a Match function to create a PyClip from a PySegment.
FI-01860 - UI: Color manage the interface for HDR
FI-02028 - UI: Ability to minimize Flame from the interface
FI-02036 - Python API: Ability to save a timeline segment to a media panel object.
FI-02102 - Python API: Create Color Source in Timeline
FI-02197 - Python API: Get open / close library status
FI-02227 - Python API: Import Clip Options
FI-02244 - Python API: Ability to copy/paste/cut/duplicate a Timeline segment.
FI-02246 - Python API: Ability to perform editorial operations (‘insert’, ‘replace’, etc.)
FI-02277 - Python API: Get clip from the visible timeline
FI-02294 - Python API: Have control of the Dynamic button in the rename segment.
FI-02339 - Hardware: Apple XDR Display HDR support
FI-02600 - Utilities: S+W that is not dependent on GPU
FI-02611 - Text: Add colour management controls to the viewport
FI-02645 - Hardware Validation: Remove legacy checks
FI-02651 - Installation: Do not change DisableRemoteConnection=True to False when a new version is installed.
FI-02656 - Conform: Default to Project Resolution / Bit Depth / Frame Rate instead of resolution from file
FI-02659 - Python API: PySegment should have PyClip attributes accessible
FI-02713 - Python API: function to update the channel output of a segment
FI-02719 - OS: Use StartupWMClass=flame to prevent multiple instances of Flame from being launched