Autodesk, Inc. has
a Linux version of its Autodesk Toxik visual effects software.
"Toxik software enables teams of digital artists to collaboratively realize
feature film visual effects ideas, and is already available on the Windows
operating system. With the introduction of Toxik software running on Linux,
film studios and post-production facilities have more options for the back-end
infrastructure and administration of their digital film pipelines.
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