Autodesk’s Smoke 2013 Extension 1 professional video editing software is now available. It is the first outcome of the collaboration between Autodesk and Blackmagic Design. As part of the product roadmap and influenced by extensive feedback from editors, the release features numerous enhancements to help improve functionality, add flexibility and increase speed.
The Smoke 2013 Extension 1 release introduces support for Blackmagic video IO devices: DeckLink (PCIe video boards); UltraStudio (Thunderbolt boxes) and the Intensity product line.
“Since launching Smoke 2013 in December, the Smoke development team has been forging full steam ahead with rapid and frequent iterations bringing new and improved functionality into the software,” said Chris Bradshaw, senior vice president, Autodesk Media & Entertainment. “Community feedback has been tremendous, and with this Extension release, Smoke will now include two highly requested features – Blackmagic video card support and a powerful new set of trim tools.”
Autodesk Smoke 2013 Extension 1 is available to Autodesk Subscription customers later this month. New customers can purchase a standalone Smoke license for $3,495 with an additional $675 for subscription. Trial users can download Smoke for a 30-day free trial.
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