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FY22 IMPACT REPORT OVERVIEW ENERGY & MATERIALS HEALTH & RESILIENCE WORK & PROSPERITY GOVERNANCE APPENDIX 61 Partner with customers Media & Entertainment The media and entertainment industry is undergoing a transformation ● Flame on the cloud enables Flame artists to collaborate with one another from virtually as content creators innovate to meet the demands of a dramatic anywhere. Studios running Flame on the cloud can benefit from a scalable and secure increase in high-quality content production globally. work environment with a wide selection of compute and storage services. ● USD workflows in Maya, 3ds Max, Bifrost, and Arnold enable smoother data exchange Pandemic lockdowns and other measures forced studios to expand beyond the traditional both within studios and in the wider production supply chain. model of large teams based in centralized locations and embrace remote workflows. We are also investing in AI-assisted workflows for media and entertainment. Autodesk Utilizing cloud computing, prioritizing communication, and increasing security standards continues to invest in Flame’s machine learning toolset, helping artists automate complex to optimize collaboration across a global workforce has accelerated the transformation compositing and retouching tasks. By combining Flame's powerful AI-powered tools with of content creation. This new approach has enabled studios to hire diverse talent in new the massive compute power and scalability of the cloud, artists can work faster and focus places while reducing production costs. on the artistry of their craft. Supply chains for sourcing and creating content in the media and entertainment industry Autodesk is committed to empower anyone, anywhere, to create amazing entertainment are growing longer and more complex. Studios are desperate for talent, farming out parts and media experiences by providing tools that enable artists to deliver new levels of of the process at unprecedented rates while diversifying where they find qualified talent. creativity, collaboration, productivity, insight, and scale with production in the cloud. This has had a democratizing effect, improving access to opportunity beyond typical We are accelerating the industry’s transition to the future of production by disrupting concentrated media hubs. However, it has also added complexity to project management. traditional processes with new ways of working. Moving forward, we will continue Implementing cloud-based tools and hiring the right mix of talent both play a pivotal working to drive better collaboration through open standards, open project development role in managing decentralized talent creation. ecosystems, and interoperability of tools and platforms. Our tools help teams collaborate more effectively, increasing productivity and saving time Six Key Components to Successfully Navigating Your Remote Workflows and money. For example: ® ® ® ● Autodesk ShotGrid (formerly Autodesk Shotgun ) software streamlines workflows for creative studios by unifying production management, the creative process, and pipelines—in the cloud. ShotGrid enables producers to track and manage every aspect Setting up our own remote studio of their projects, supervisors to streamline the creative process and keep artists focused on the creative task at hand, and technical directors to build customized We’ve seen the pandemic change the way studios work and how artists collaborate pipelines that suit unique studio needs with plug-and-play integrations and an with one another. With remote work becoming the new normal, we decided open ecosystem. to put ourselves in the shoes of our customers by setting up a small remote studio to create a 3D sequence from concept through final render. The animated short, called “Mkali's Mission,” uses each of the tools in the Autodesk Media & Entertainment Collection—including Maya, 3ds Max, Arnold, and Autodesk® Mudbox® software—to showcase the breadth and power of the toolset.

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