Posts Tagged ‘smoke’
Discover 3 more Smoke nodes – Matte Edge, Motif, and MUX Nodes. In this post, we’ll show you how to use each of these Smoke nodes to improve your video editing and compositing projects.
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.
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.
In this post, in our ongoing series on the Smoke ConnectFX nodes, we explore the Color Warper. This powerful color correction and grading node allows you to perform both primary and secondary corrections in Autodesk Smoke. Tons of useful info!
In our ongoing coverage of Autodesk Smoke, we explore two powerful ConnectFX nodes: Blend & Comp and Blur. Learn how to apply and customize these nodes to achieve unique effects in Smoke!
In our ongoing blog coverage of the new Smoke 2013 we explore each of the ConnectFX nodes. In this post, discover how and why to use the 2D Histogram and 2D Transform nodes in Smoke 2013.
Smoke 2013 ups the ante with true 3D lens flares. We’ve got 15 FREE lens flares for Smoke 2013 to enhance your video projects!
ConnectFX, new to Smoke 2013, is a versatile node-based compositor for adding effects to your footage. In this post, we take a closer look at ConnectFX and how you can use it to improve your Smoke projects!
Understanding how Autodesk Smoke 2013 manages and stores project files is essential for any serious user. In this tutorial we show you how Smoke organizes the project files and where to access them.
Get schooled on Autodesk Smoke 2013 with these informative tutorials geared towards the video editor!
Autodesk announces a major update to their Smoke post-production application at this years NAB show. Smoke 2013 adds a more robust feature set and gets a major price drop, as Autodesk attempts to attract a wider user base.
In this post, we’ve rounded up chroma (green/blue screen) keying video tutorials for all of the major video editing and compositing applications! Learn how to get a clean key in Adobe Premiere, After Effects, AVID, Final Cut Pro and others!