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Autodesk Smoke 2013 has finally been released just in time for the holiday season. Thank you to everyone for all their help and happy holidays!
A brand new video series on dealing with every aspect of Alpha in Autodesk Smoke. Full start to end workflow covered including Alpha types such as straight and premultiplied alpha. Great help for users of all levels of experience. Check it out now!
A hot tip inspired by user feedback on the AREA. Learn how to copy the animation curve from one transition to another. A slightly different workflow to what you might be used to but as easy as copy and paste.
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!
Sometimes I just want to save one node in ConnectFX or some objects in my Action Composite. This hot tip shows you where the buttons are and how to do just that! Great for creating presets too. Check it out now!
Smoke 2013 PR5 has been released and I vote that you to update to the latest download. Bug fixes, stability and another 2 more training videos. Pre-Processing in Autodesk Smoke! 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.
Smoke 2013 PR4 was released yesterday and I encourage you to update to the latest download. In addition to that, I have started adding videos to the Smoke Learning Channel on YouTube and iTunes. Check it out now!
The Pre-Release 3 version of Smoke 2013 was released this Monday and we see the return on of the redesigned conform workflow amongst many features. As usual, the Smoke Learning Channel is providing the first videos to get you up to speed.