Flow Production Tracking and Flow Capture breaks down barriers to collaboration throughout the production pipeline.

Imagine a world where your creative workflow flows freely, openly, and collaboratively. Imagine a production pipeline that presents creative solutions rather than obstacles. Imagine creative energy unimpeded by process.

That’s our mission. Autodesk Flow will get us there.

Flow is the industry cloud for media and entertainment built on Autodesk’s Design & Make platform. It will connect people, workflows, and data across the entire production lifecycle, from earliest concept to final delivery. As we’re working toward a more streamlined creative future with Flow, we’ll be making some changes.

Autodesk Flow: Raising the game with a new name

Effective today, the Autodesk product formerly known as “ShotGrid” will be renamed “Flow Production Tracking” and “Moxion” will now be called “Flow Capture.”

What’s in a name change? It’s a sign of all the good things to come on the journey to Flow.

For the moment, those who know and love ShotGrid and Moxion will continue to enjoy the full range of capabilities they’ve come to expect—with a few new features to look forward to that streamline workflows and better connect creative teams from on-set through final delivery:

  • Flow Capture customers will now get to experience a new, more intuitive UI that further accelerates creative workflows, as well as a new integration with Avid Media Composer in the near future that allows editors and post-production teams to get to work the moment shooting wraps.
  • As announced at Autodesk University 2023, Flow Production Tracking customers will soon experience new AI-powered scheduling capabilities, so studios can confidently deliver projects on time and on budget.

The new Flow Capture and Avid Media Composer integration will streamline workflows for editors and post-production teams.

Together, Flow Production Tracking and Flow Capture break down barriers to collaborate throughout the production pipeline, so teams and studios can work together more efficiently. It’s the first step in our mission to enable unbridled creativity, an effort further accelerated by our recent acquisition of PIX.