Combustion was a type of computer program mainly used for compositing, motion graphics, and visual effects. It is similar to Adobe’s After Effects. It also shares a timeline-based interface with Autodesk Media and Entertainment’s compositing systems, namely Flint, Inferno, and Flame. This is in contrast to the node-based interface that is utilized by other types of compositing applications.
Combustion’s last version was known as Combustion 2008. The end of this software’s development was never officially announced. At present, the company was known to be developing a new compositing platform known as Autodesk Toxik. Combustion was compatible with both Mac and Windows.
Our users primarily use combustion to open these file types:
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