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IBC 2012: Autodesk

IBC 2012: Autodesk

Autodesk is celebrating the 20th anniversary of Flame by launching Flame 2013, a totally re-architected and re-designed version of the groundbreaking platform. What's new? A new Creative Work Space, full timeline integration and a GPU/CPU model for improved performance. Autodesk is also showing its latest iteration of Smoke for Mac, which has been part of a massive public trial.

Editorial, Feature
Debra Kaufman
Autodesk Smoke
Walter Biscardi: Yes, Autodesk Smoke 2013 Changes Everything

Walter Biscardi: Yes, Autodesk Smoke 2013 Changes Everything

"From the moment I saw Autodesk Smoke 2013, I knew the entire post production world as we knew it had changed." So says Creative COW Contributing Editor Walter Biscardi in an overview that covers Smoke's new editor-centered (and Mac-friendly) interface, ease of use, support for FCP 7 and Avid projects and keyboard mapping, and advanced, integrated effects and color tools -- including several that had previously been available in Autodesk Flame. Oh yeah, a price drop to $3495. See why Walter says, "For the traditional editor, this is completely game-changing."

Feature
Walter Biscardi
Autodesk Smoke
NAB 2012: Autodesk Unveils a New Smoke

NAB 2012: Autodesk Unveils a New Smoke

Autodesk introduced a new Smoke that features an editor-friendly user interface, connected editing and effects, lower system requirements and a much lower price. Aimed at the multi-tasking editor, the new Smoke allows editors to handle all kinds of visual effects tasks on the editing timeline.

Feature
Debra Kaufman
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