Posts Tagged ‘CFX’
New to Autodesk Smoke? Don’t miss this post, showing you how to use the Action node to speed up and get more flexibility when compositing in Smoke!
Learn how to paint with images and how to get the most out of the Paint Node inside Autodesk Smoke. I am not an artist…I freely and honestly admit that. But the Paint Node in Smoke, gives me the power to paint with pictures and create some artistic images. The Paint Node is often misunderstood
Learn to program your own effects inside Autodesk Smoke using the Matchbox node. In this post, we show you how to script your own effects using this powerful ConnectFX node.
Discover some of Autodesk Smoke’s most powerful features – keying video footage. In this post, we explore how to use the professional keyers in Smoke to most successfully pull clean keys. Important for working with green/blue screen footage.
In this post, part of our ongoing coverage of Smoke ConnectFX, we break down the Edge Detect, Filter, Flip, and Field Merge nodes! See how these 4 Smoke nodes can improve your video editing projects.
Adjust the focus and depth of your shots using Smoke’s powerful Depth of Field node! Great for giving your footage or composites dynamic depth in post production.
Discover 3 utility nodes in Autodesk Smoke: Deal, Deinterlace, Difference Matte. Explore our in-depth coverage of these Smoke ConnectFX nodes to improve your video projects!
We’ve got the scoop on working with the degrain and denoise nodes in Autodesk Smoke. Discover how to use these powerful tools to cleanup and improve your video footage.
In this post, in our ongoing coverage of the ConnectFX nodes in Autodesk Smoke, we breakdown Damage and Deform. Learn how you can achieve unique effects in your videos with these special effects type nodes!
In this post, in our ongoing series on the Autodesk Smoke ConnectFX Nodes, we tackle Colored Frame, Combine, Color Curves and Compound. Useful information for working with color and compositing in Smoke!
In our continued coverage of the new version of Smoke by Autodesk, we take a deeper look at three ConnectFX nodes and how to integrate them into your projects: Burn-In Letterbox, Burn-In Timecode and Bump Displace.
In this post, we continue our coverage of the new Smoke 2013 ConnectFX nodes. Discover how to implement Auto Matte, Average and Auto Stabilize nodes in yoru projects. Simulate motion blur and stabilize your video footage.