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Posted by Ultimate_Smoker*, 29 July 2011 1:00 am
In the previous videos you saw how quickly you can start to composite and finish your images directly in the timeline using Smoke’s deep toolset.
Remember, this video series showcases Smoke for Final Cut Pro 7 users. So if you are a Final Cut Pro guy or know someone who is interested in Autodesk Smoke, than this is for you.
If you have just joined us, you can watch the previous parts:
Today’s video …
AUTODESK SMOKE FOR FINAL CUT PRO USERS:
Basic Editing & Transitions
The third video in this ten part series looks at the basic principles of editing and how similar the workflows are between Final Cut Pro 7 and Autodesk Smoke. Familiarity always makes new software approachable and easier to learn.
For this video series, I am joined by Rick Young - director, producer, Final Cut Pro Editor and author (www.macvideo.tv).
PLEASE NOTE: This video series is intended as an overview of Autodesk Smoke. For step by step instruction, please visit http://area.autodesk.com/smoke-tutorials/
Check it out.
This video is best viewed at Full Screen HD
The features shown are current to Autodesk Smoke 2012 and Final Cut Pro 7
In the next video we will be looking at the trimming tools in Autodesk Smoke and how they differ from Final Cut Pro 7.
CLICK HERE TO GO TO PART 4 - Trimming
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