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Smoke has had a long and illustrious career, but for many years was only available to those with deep pockets – and a willingness to use Linux. Several years ago Smoke for Mac (or as we call it, “SMac”) was released, and although it lacked some of the features it’s Linux big brother had, it gave many users the opportunity to begin the foray into high end finishing. At $14,999, it enticed many users. What the low price hid, however, was that a complete system that met the basic requirements – and gave you a pleasurable post experience, bumped the total price up to $30,00 or more.
So, at NAB 2012, Autodesk announced an update to their Smoke software application with a few
big massive selling points: