Last week I mentioned I was working on a new video series of videos showcasing Smoke for Final Cut Pro 7 users. So if you are a Final Cut Pro guy or know someone who is interested in looking at and understanding Autodesk Smoke, than this is for you.
AUTODESK SMOKE FOR FINAL CUT PRO USERS:
Conforming an Apple ProRes timeline and Performing Colour Correction
The first video in the ten part series looks at how a Final Cut Pro 7 user can bring their timeline into Autodesk Smoke with minimal fuss and begin the process of finishing. We also take a close look at grading and colour correction to tweak your images to perfection.
During 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
If you have trouble viewing the video on the Autodesk Area, you can view it on my YouTube Channel - CREATIVEFINISHING
In the next video we will be taking a closer look at the keying and masking tools in Autodesk Smoke and seeing what they can offer Final Cut Pro users.
CLICK HERE TO GO TO PART 2 - Keying & Garbage Masking
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Signing off for now.