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Your Pro Source for Autodesk Smoke on Mac Training

Welcome Final Cut Pro Users!

Welcome Final Cut Pro Users!

Are you a current Final Cut Pro user? Or, for that matter, any other mainstream edit tool?

Would you like to know more about Autodesk Smoke for Mac?

Are you not certain you want to take the time to learn a whole new application?

You may be surprised to know that Autodesk has you in mind. They redesigned Smoke 2013 to be much more editor-friendly, using many of the conventions you’re used to. Your hotkeys and presets will port over without too much hassle. Also, you can import your projects and footage so that you will have access to all your previous work, but with a host of new abilities to color, effect, and finish them.

Check back for more resources to help you make the transition, or to add Smoke to your arsenal.

For now, check out these links for how to work with Final Cut Pro and Smoke.

Autodesk Smoke for Final Cut Pro Users – PART 1- Conforming an Apple ProRes timeline and Performing Colour Correction


Autodesk present the new $3499 Smoke 2013 Takes FCP7 XML and FCPXML in directly


Smoke for Final Cut Pro Users (Grant Kay)


B&H: Autodesk Smoke 2013 for Final Cut Pro Editors


FCPX and Autodesk Smoke 2013: A Paradigm Shift in Efficiency and Workflow Yan Shvalb, Lertavu Inc.


Let us know your particular thoughts or concerns with how Autodesk Smoke relates to Final Cut Pro.

One Comment

  1. i would know more about smoke.ii m current
    fcp user

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