April 16, 2012, 08:56 PM
Autodesk has launched Smoke 2013 for the Mac, a new version of what it's now calling video editing software (it used to be a 'finishing system') that costs under a quarter of the previous version. Smoke 2013 features a redesigned interface that brings together the standard track-based timeline of video editing software with the nodal compositing system used by effects tools from Autodesk's own Flame to Eyeon Fusion and The Foundry's Nuke.
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