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Autodesk releases Smoke for Mac

Autodesk has released Smoke 2010 for Mac to the professional film community — new release runs on 64-bit Snow Leopard Mac operating system for optimal performance


Autodesk announced that it has started shipping Autodesk Smoke 2010 for Mac OS X, a software-only editorial finishing tool and the first Autodesk finishing product designed to run on the Mac.

Smoke software’s proven editorial finishing tools harness the power of the 64-bit Snow Leopard Mac OS X operating system, providing a powerful all-in-one finishing system experience.

“The business of post-production is evolving. Post-production and broadcast facilities alike are seeking more affordable, integrated creative tools that can help them stand out from the crowd,” said Stig Gruman, Autodesk vice presidence of digital entertainment. “Smoke 2010 on the Mac has been designed to help editors increase creative output, project quality and turnaround times. It brings production-proven finishing capabilities to the extremely talented community of artists already using the Mac in broadcast and post-production.”

Smoke 2010 for Mac. New release from Autodesk.

Smoke 2010 for Mac. New release from Autodesk.

“Snow Leopard is the world’s most advanced operating system, ideal for high performance applications like Smoke 2010,” said Ron Okamoto, Apple’s vice president of Worldwide Developer Relations. “We are delighted that Autodesk is bringing its premier editorial finishing tool to creative professionals on the Mac.”

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  1. Posted by:
    December 16, 2009 09:31 am EST

    I don’t have idea how architects can use A*****sk Smoke @[email protected]

  2. Architosh is not just about architecture. See our tag line under our main title banner (all CAD and 3D) and we loosely include film-related compositing and special effects software into this fold as well. We also cover 3D and technical in science, engineering and medicine, as you can see in our News subcategories (see News tab link). Hope this clarifies.

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