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cmiVFX Releases New - Linux Usage For Visual Effects and Computer Graphics

Princeton, NJ (June 7th, 2012)? cmiVFX has released the first video of their brand new Linux In CG Series. Learn to set up a Linux workstation for use with professional graphics applications in a production environment. This course is aimed at the absolute Linux beginner. Cinematic visual effects and computer graphics push the limits of performance on any operating system. Film production studios need and demand workstation stability. The combination of highest performance with rock-solid reliability means the use of Linux. Luke Olson will walk you through, step by step the installation, configuration and use of Ubuntu 12.04 LTS AND Fedora. He starts you out from an empty hard drive and finishes up with a fully configured graphics centric workstation. Furthermore the viewer will have a solid foundation on which to function in a Linux based effects studio. You have learned and worked you entire career creating masterpieces, but always within Windows or MacOS. Now you've been hired to your dream position, but they only use Linux workstations. With this courseware you will be useful and productive in a Linux environment in no time. Luke Olson makes this powerful operating system a breeze to setup and use. • Buy this lesson if you were ever curious about Linux. • Buy this lesson if you've been hired to work in a Linux studio. • Buy this lesson if you are ready to be serious about graphics. Short Description The Linux primer is aimed at the beginner with an emphasis towards heavy demands computational efficiency and stability. Topics covered include the installation, configuration and use of Ubuntu 12.04 LTS and Fedora Linux distributions. Application installations include but are not limited to: Houdini, Nuke, RealFlow, Blender and Wings3D.
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