- Customizing User Settings
- Creating a Project
- Setting up Storage
- Working with Setup Directories
- Copying Setups
- Choosing a Project Resolution
- Choosing a Bit Depth
- Choosing a Codec in the Cache & Renders Tab
- Reviewing the Proxy Settings Tab
- Opening your Project
- Importing Media
- Accessing the Media Hub
- Exploring the Media Hub's General Tab
- Choosing Format Specific Options
- Importing Media Folders
- Organizing Clips in the Media Library
Autodesk Smoke professional video editing and effects software for Mac is designed to meet the needs of video editors who need to do more than just edit. By integrating a familiar timeline workflow with node-based compositing, Smoke connects editing and effects into a seamless user experience for compositing, color grading, motion graphics and finishing.
Ripple Training has partnered with Autodesk to create and deliver a 2-hour introductory tutorial showcasing the core features of Smoke. And here’s the best part: the training is absolutely FREE!
The tutorial is delivered as a 1080p Podcast using Apple’s iTunes software. The Podcast also includes a 48 page eBook and a PDF link to media files you can use for following along using the trial version of Smoke 2013 available on Autodesk’s website. If you are on a Mac, click the button below to automatically launch iTunes. The podcast will appear in the Podcast directory of iTunes. If you have never used iTunes to download a podcast, please check out our iTunes help page.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Steve Martin is the creative force behind Ripple Training and has been using and teaching Final Cut Pro since 1999. Since Final Cut Pro's introduction, he has introduced thousands of people to Final Cut Pro through his classes, workshops and training products. He has consulted and/or trained for Apple, Adobe, Disney, Canon, Walmart and other companies. He is also a writer, producer and avid photographer.