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A new video series for Autodesk Smoke which shows a variety of techniques and workflows to perform digital beauty retouching. Now make me look beautiful!!!
Focusing on specific tools is great when working but its equally important to be able to see the overall picture. Using contextual views in ConnectFX does just that. New Video from the Smoke Learning Channel show you to set it up... and its easy :) Check it out now!
Another Smoke HOT TIP for your weekend! Navigate your colour corrections in the sequence without having to leave the colour correction editor. Definitely save you time and receptive strain injuries!!!
Want to correctly handle the gamma issues that come with Quicktime files? Learn how to use the headroom option to bring your images correctly into Smoke.
If you haven't already heard the news, we have announced Autodesk Smoke 2013 ... Editing and Effects together at last!!! Check it out!!!!
In this blog, I return to a great feature in the Action 3D compositor. Source nodes. This multi-function tool can really expand and change how you work in the 3D compositor. Some may call it pre-composing or nesting. New for most and a great refresher for others.
With Autodesk Smoke on the Mac, you can easily work with other Mac-based video editing applications like Avid Media Composer. Conforming timelines from Avid Media Composer is an easy process that allows you to bring your timeline into Smoke and reconnect either to the original media or the Avid DNxHD media.
With Autodesk Smoke on the Mac, working with other Mac-based video editing applications like Final Cut Pro 7 is quite straight forward. Conforming timelines from Final Cut Pro 7 is an easy process that allows you to bring your timeline into Smoke and reconnect to the original media.
One blog post containing all the videos from the video series that looks at Autodesk Smoke with Final Cut Pro users in mind. Hosted by Grant Kay and Final Cut Pro editor, Rick Young.
The Light Wrap technique is often used to blend the edges of a chroma key with its background by "bleeding" the background colours over the keyed subject. This helps to better integrate the composite. Check out this cool technique using Pixel Spread inside the Modular Keyer.