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Autodesk Smoke for Mac is a powerful nonlinear editing (NLE) platform that provides editing, color correction, 3D animation and compositing, and motion graphics tools in a familiar timeline-based environment. The 2013 redesign put it up there with the other three big NLEs (Avid, Apple, and Adobe), making it a great choice for video editors looking for an alternative platform. Join Amy Leland, as she takes you through the entire Smoke workflow, from importing media to exporting and archiving your final project. Learn how to use the nonlinear and trim tools to create a rough edit, refine scenes with transitions and timeline effects, and color correct your footage. Amy will also show you how to composite effects (including 3D animation), add titles, and mix in your audio.
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Hi, I'm Amy Leland, and I'd like to welcome you to the Smoke 2013 essentials training course. In this course, I'm going to take you through the entire process of creating and finishing a video inside of Smoke. We'll begin with the available options for importing media into your Smoke project. From there, we'll go to the editing tools. We'll look at the nonlinear editing tools inside of Smoke, as well as the new trim tools. After that, we'll step into the effects and finishing areas of Smoke, including timeline transitions, timeline clip effects, and color correction.
After that, we'll get to the Connect Effects area inside of Smoke, where you can do some really exciting effects, including the action area which allows us to do 3D animation. We'll finish up with some titles, and some audio mixing. And, finally, export and archive our project. My hope is that, through this overview of the essential elements of Smoke, you'll be able to create and finish wonderful projects of your very own inside of Smoke 2013. So let's get started.
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