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Autodesk's Smoke 2010 to come to Macs

updated 09:15 am EST, Fri November 20, 2009

High-end production suite making platform debut

Autodesk will soon launch a Mac version of Smoke, a demonstration at Japan's InterBEE expo confirms. The software is a high-end video production suite, costing approximately $15,000. It is capable not only of conventional editing tasks, but also handling audio, painting, text and various visual effects.

The Mac 2010 suite has been in beta for some time, but testers were reportedly subject to non-disclosure agreements. Features should include native 64-bit support, and in Smoke Advanced, batch procedural compositing. System requirements and a launch date for the software have yet to be announced.

by MacNN Staff



  1. danviento

    Joined: Dec 1969


    Still Waiting

    Waiting for the day when Autodesk finally starts releasing their architectural and engineering products like AutoCAD Architectural Desktop and Revit for Mac. They've been making noises about doing so ever since the Intel switch, but we've seen nothing from them as of yet.

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