Autodesk Toxik

Autodesk Toxik 2009 SP2  

Posted by Dizel_ at April 28, 2009
Autodesk Toxik 2009 SP2

Autodesk Toxik 2009 SP2 | 217 Mb

Autodesk Toxik software is a node-based digital compositing and visual effects solution with advanced image processing capabilities. The software’s architecture is built around its ultra-high resolution interaction and high dynamic range imaging (HDRI) core, which allows you to work interactively and intuitively with virtually any visual media, regardless of bit depth or image size. With its intuitive toolsets, open architecture, and high level of interoperability with Autodesk® Maya® software, Toxik is the ideal compositor for independent 2D visual effects artists to large-scale film and broadcast facilities.

Autodesk Toxik 2008  

Posted by sigbin at Feb. 18, 2008
Autodesk Toxik 2008

Autodesk Toxik 2008 | 140 Mb

Autodesk® Toxik™ 2008 digital compositing software is the ideal tool for artists to seamlessly integrate their CG footage into 2D composites. Toxik helps make CG scenes more realistic through its intuitive toolset and advanced HDRI capabilities for maintaining highlights and reflections within 3D renders, even when blurred, without clamping images. With Toxik 2008, you can quickly correct 3D render errors and move ever closer to that perfect scene. With award-winning tools to perform color correction, adjust timing and perspective, apply depth-of-field and motion blur, add lens distortions and film grain, artists are empowered as never before.

Autodesk Toxik 2007 DVD  Software

Posted by mimike at Sept. 25, 2006
Autodesk Toxik 2007 DVD

Autodesk Toxik 2007 DVD

Autodesk Toxik 2007 DVD
App | RapidShare | 804Mb

Take your visual effects pipeline to the next level with Autodesk Toxik software. This revolutionary solution for collaborative, efficient digital compositing enables artists to streamline and cooperate like never before. Spend less time on administration and more time on creation. With a robust, creative toolset, unique collaboration features, and the ability to manipulate high-resolution imagery with ease, Autodesk Toxik software allows you to streamline your facility workflow and experience truly collaborative digital compositing. Discover what Toxik can do for your creative process. Focus on creativity and take your film effects pipeline to the next level of efficiency. Automate the complex task of tracking shots and element iterations. Have immediate access to all data on your project. Break complex compositions into component parts and distribute work to separate artists. With a centralized relational database, integrated file and meta-data sharing, and versioning capabilities, Autodesk Toxik software enables fast, parallel workflows.

Autodesk Toxik v1.0  Software

Posted by Ace Portal at June 10, 2006
Autodesk Toxik v1.0

Autodesk Toxik v1.0
88.4MB

A revolutionary collaborative digital compositing solution, Autodesk? Toxik™ software allows you to create amazing visual effects and deliver high-quality film content on tight deadlines.

Create rich, vivid imagery—Interact in real time with High Dynamic Range Imagery (HDRI). Avoid underexposed or overexposed areas. Balance lighting across layers and light your CGI elements to accurately match the overall tonality of your composition. Add CG, retouch shots, remove dust from images, and paint effects directly onto your composition in a highly interactive, real-time environment.

cmiVFX: Autodesk Composite (Toxik) Introduction  

Posted by Alexpal at Dec. 14, 2012
cmiVFX: Autodesk Composite (Toxik) Introduction

cmiVFX: Autodesk Composite (Toxik) Introduction
English | MP4 | 1024x576 12.00 fps | aac 22050Hz mono | 1.26 GB
Genre: eLearning

Autodesk Composite, formerly known as Toxik, is now available as a packaged application with Maya and soon to be 3D Max. This long format, detailed explanation of the ins and outs of this robust application come to fruition as several projects take your through the standard operation procedure of this node based compositor.
Introduction
Learn how to navigate through the various components of the Composite UI such as navigating views and adding tools via the Gate UI. Discuss User and Project Preferences and begin to lay down a basic foundation to working with Composite, which the rest of lessons will build upon.

Toxik - Think This (1989)  Music

Posted by v3122 at June 26, 2016
Toxik - Think This (1989)

Toxik - Think This (1989)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
2007 | Displeased Records, D-00151 | ~ 545 or 184 Mb | Scans(jpg) -> 44 Mb
Techno Thrash / Progressive Thrash

If there's a single phrase that could be used to described metal music in the late 80s, it would be "a total mind job", and not merely because of the up and coming progressive strain that was being forwarded by the likes Fates Warning and a few others. Left and right (though mostly left) were thrash metal bands that shifted from freaking out the masses with their dark imagery and horrific lyrics to pontificating about politics and the environment, and perhaps further hastened the ongoing generational divide between thrash and death metal. But if there was a single album that truly embodied both the musical and lyrical shift that was underway at the close of the 80s, it's Toxik's widely lauded sophomore effort "Think This"…
Entertainment Creation Suite: Getting Started with Toxik

Entertainment Creation Suite: Getting Started with Toxik | 965 MB
45m 38s | Video: AVC (.mp4) 960x540 15fps | Audio: AAC 48KHz 1ch
Genre: eLearning | Working files included | Level: Beginner | Language: English | Feb 18, 2014

Meet Toxik, a node-based compositor for Maya. This short course with staff author George Maestri covers navigating the Toxik interface, creating simple compositions, correcting color, adding special effects, and creating mattes with garbage

Advanced Stereo Workflows in Toxik: Disparity  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by ParRus at March 9, 2013
Advanced Stereo Workflows in Toxik: Disparity

Advanced Stereo Workflows in Toxik: Disparity with Chris Glick
Flash Video | English | FLV + Project files | 1280 x 720 | AVC ~900 Kbps | 15 fps
AAC | 128 kbps | 44.1 KHz | 2 channels | ~1 hour | 261 MB
Genre: eLearning Video / Video Processing

In this series of lessons we'll learn a technique to convert a Depth pass from a 3D application into a Disparity map. We'll then learn how to create tools to use this map to set the zero parallax point automatically and set depth correctly on 2D layers, like text. We'll begin this project by learning about what stereo disparity maps can do inside Toxik. We'll then learn what a disparity map is and how to covert a depth map into a stereo disparity map. Then we'll dive right in and learn the mathematical relationship between depth and disparity maps and learn how to offset and multiply our depth into a pixel offset value. With our disparity map created, we will be able to create a depth controller to change our scene depth within two mouse clicks. We'll finish by learning how to use our disparity values to automatically update stereo offset using expressions.
Digital Tutors – Getting Started with Composite 2011 [repost]

Digital Tutors – Getting Started with Composite 2011
English | FLV | 782×646 | 15 fps | VP6F 1000 kbps | MP3 96 kbps | 423 MB
Genre: Video training

In this series of lessons we'll learn how to get started using Autodesk Composite, which was previously called Autodesk Toxik.
Using Composite we can quickly color correct, mask, composite and animate still images and image sequences. We'll begin this project by learning the basic composition creation process, learning how to move around the Composite user interface, begin compositing images together and render out our finished material. We'll then move into the common uses of Composite such as Color Correction, Masking, 3D compositing and Animation. This series of lessons is a great starting point to learning Composite. By learning the tools and fundamental workflows of Composite, we will be able to create complex effects and images in no time. This will allow us to begin exploring other areas of Composite and start using Composite in our own production pipeline.

Digital Tutors - Getting Started with Composite 2011  

Posted by AH_ML at July 25, 2010
Digital Tutors - Getting Started with Composite 2011

Digital Tutors - Getting Started with Composite 2011
English | FLV | 782x646 | 15 fps | VP6F 1000 kbps | MP3 96 kbps | 423 MB
Genre: eLearning

In this series of lessons we'll learn how to get started using Autodesk Composite, which was previously called Autodesk Toxik. Using Composite we can quickly color correct, mask, composite and animate still images and image sequences.

We'll begin this project by learning the basic composition creation process, learning how to move around the Composite user interface, begin compositing images together and render out our finished material. We'll then move into the common uses of Composite such as Color Correction, Masking, 3D compositing and Animation. This series of lessons is a great starting point to learning Composite. By learning the tools and fundamental workflows of Composite, we will be able to create complex effects and images in no time. This will allow us to begin exploring other areas of Composite and start using Composite in our own production pipeline.