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Robert Brown
Re: @Walter Biscardi: Yes, Autodesk Smoke 2013 Changes Everything
on Apr 17, 2012 at 3:25:53 am

[Josh Weiss] "As someone who spent a few months learning and testing smoke 2012, I can say that it seems like Autodesk has really listened."

Yeah I'm definitely curious and will probably buy this at some point. Not sure why I'm not more exited about it. Maybe I'm burnt out on amazing new software releases or editing in general at the moment. But I'm a free lancer so I have to use what clients buy. If a ton of people buy these then great as I'm sure I'll be right in there since I know the old Smoke. And it also depends on what I'm working on. Right now I'm doing offline on Avid and I don't think anything out there is better than Avid for that. Give me a conform job and I'll take Smoke any day.

But looking at the videos it does look like a lot of the same old modules and I'm curious to see exactly how much of it is "easier". It wouldn't be hard to make the timeline easier. How do you make Action or Batch easier? I could offer some ideas on that. But I hope it's a hit and people buy tons of them. AD already had all of the pieces in place - unlike Adobe - they just had to simplify things.

Robert Brown
Editor/VFX/Colorist - FCP, Smoke, Quantel Pablo, After Effects, 3DS MAX, Premiere Pro

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