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See Autodesk Smoke in London

On Thursday the 20th of September the Autodesk Smoke 2013 roadshow arrives in London.

Here’s your chance to see Smoke 2013 in Action.  If you missed the opportunity to see the latest version of Smoke at IBC this year, don’t pass this up.

Get to meet Grant Kay, the man behind the incredibly useful Smoke Learning Channel on youtube, ask questions and learn tips and tricks from the Smoke master.

To be part of this exclusive event make sure you sign up early as places are limited.  There will be two sessions on Thursday the 20th of September, so sign up now for a time that suits you.

Thursday 20th September @ 2pm
http://uk.event-publisher.autodesk-service.com/12169/registration
Thursday 20th September @ 6pm
http://uk.event-publisher.autodesk-service.com/12170/registration

For more detailed information about the event, read the information below courtesy of Autodesk.

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Autodesk is exclusively inviting you as part of its community of Smoke 2013 pre- release users to a unique event at the London Apple Briefing Centre.

Join us to share your experience of the all-new Smoke and learn from the Autodesk experts how Smoke can benefit editors who need to do more than just edit.

Two of the experts joining us will be Olly Wade from Chapeau London with Autodesk Smoke expert Grant Kay.

Olly an early adopter of Smoke will share his experience of using Smoke in a large studio production environment and how it has enabled him to set up and start up his own production facility from the ground up with an example of a real life job perfomed in Smoke.

Grant Kay has worked with Smoke for many years and is the man, the legend behind ‘The Smoke Learning Blog’ and the Autodesk Smoke Learning Channel.

Come along and learn how you can get the most out of your remaining three months of free access and how it can streamline your editing and effects workflows.

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