Posts Tagged ‘Autodesk Smoke’
Check out the new Autodesk MasterClasses – great for learning new techniques and workflows in Smoke and Flame!
In this post, we give the complete rundown on importing and organizing Photoshop files for use in Autodesk Smoke – essential knowledge for Smoke video editors!
Check out this handy tutorial for creating 3D layers in Smoke and Photoshop! A great workaround for non-3D artists that want to add depth to their Smoke projects.
In this post we demystify Smoke’s Read File node. Learn how and when to use it in your Smoke video editing projects.
Although Smoke is known primarily as a video editing and effects application, there are also many features for working with audio. In this post, we show you how to get the most out of the audio tools in Smoke!
If you’re working as a editor, or simply interested in post production, we’ve rounded up the best websites to improve your skills and keep you up to date with the latest industry news. Bookmark these great video editing sites!
Autodesk Smoke gets a boost with the release of the Extension Release. Check out all the new features and additions that will improve your video editing and Smoke post production work.
We’ve got more hot tips for Autodesk Smoke! In this post learn how to add a Smoke preset menu to other nodes, remove the OSX menu bar from Smoke and create custom power nodes in ConnectFX.
Create slick 3D text animations in Autodesk Smoke! In this post, we show you how to make your 3D text pop, with custom lighting, animation and extrusion.
In this Smoke tutorial we’ll show you how to enable visual rendering, copy/paste color correction effects across clips and specify default frame rates for imported sequences. Lots of good info here for any serious Smoke user!
Why should you think about making Smoke your primary post production tool? In this post we share common questions from video pros that are curious what Smoke can do for their video editing and post production work.
Create dynamic animations in Autodesk Smoke! In this post, we show you what you need to know about keyframing media with the Channel Editor in Autodesk Smoke.