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Autodesk 3ds Max / Maya / Softimage / Mudbox / 2013

Postby Plastix » 31.03.2012, 15:52

Autodesk 3Ds Max 2013:





















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Re: Autodesk 3ds Max / Maya / Softimage / Mudbox / 2013

Postby iniside » 31.03.2012, 17:02

Yes. Best change for 3ds max is Maya Navigation style ;p.
Wish they add this Space menu for 3ds max thous ;p.
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Re: Autodesk 3ds Max / Maya / Softimage / Mudbox / 2013

Postby Zeeker463 » 31.03.2012, 18:01

Cool. Now if we could get Softimage support, life would be awesome. :whistle:
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Re: Autodesk 3ds Max / Maya / Softimage / Mudbox / 2013

Postby Plastix » 31.03.2012, 18:25

Trial versions of ALL Autodesk 2013 products will be available very soon.
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Re: Autodesk 3ds Max / Maya / Softimage / Mudbox / 2013

Postby SnowGecko » 01.04.2012, 01:47

Beautiful thanks for that update tis very exciting expecially the new mudbox features :)
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Re: Autodesk 3ds Max / Maya / Softimage / Mudbox / 2013

Postby Benji385 » 02.04.2012, 18:26

Really Excited for most of these features :D

I use 3DS Max allot and its CAT to HIK will be a huge time saver :)
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Re: Autodesk 3ds Max / Maya / Softimage / Mudbox / 2013

Postby the_grim » 02.04.2012, 18:48

Sounds great, I'm doing a lot of rendering in 3ds Max and the render passes feature plus saving to PSD will be a huge improvement! :)
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Re: Autodesk 3ds Max / Maya / Softimage / Mudbox / 2013

Postby iniside » 02.04.2012, 18:56

The longer I look at 3ds max the stronger I think I should just learn modo. I'm not doing anything beisdeds modeling and unwrapping ;p.
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Re: Autodesk 3ds Max / Maya / Softimage / Mudbox / 2013

Postby sageios » 03.04.2012, 00:15

I dont see much of impressive feature from 3ds Max 2013 / Maya 2013.

Just started to use Modo and i'm really enjoy it. Wish Crytek add native support Modo to CryEngine3 pipeline.
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Re: Autodesk 3ds Max / Maya / Softimage / Mudbox / 2013

Postby Adsolution » 03.04.2012, 01:46

I'm not interested. I honestly can't stand the vomit-inducing Material Editor that was introduced in 3ds Max 2011.
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Re: Autodesk 3ds Max / Maya / Softimage / Mudbox / 2013

Postby ClockworkOnion » 03.04.2012, 02:10

RayFan9876 wrote:I'm not interested. I honestly can't stand the vomit-inducing Material Editor that was introduced in 3ds Max 2011.

mudbox is pretty epic though. I don't get how Autodesk can get away with owning pretty much ALL of the software used in the game industry though, if anyone else had that kind of ownership they would be slapped in the face with a anti-trust suit.
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Re: Autodesk 3ds Max / Maya / Softimage / Mudbox / 2013

Postby the_grim » 03.04.2012, 08:26

RayFan9876 wrote:I'm not interested. I honestly can't stand the vomit-inducing Material Editor that was introduced in 3ds Max 2011.

You can use the old, clumsy and unflexible one if you want to. :P


I like modo, it's quick and easy to render and the layer-based material system is interesting, but the UI causes some serious butthurt whenever trying to move stuff or select objects. I'm working with CAD models that need to be rendered, and so far Max handles that much better - in Modo the best I can do is FBX which merges all layers as one object, which makes it painful to select individual window panes or pieces of furniture etc. Plus whenever there's a change in the source model, in Max I can just update the link while in Modo I have to reimport the whole model and lose all my material assignments, basically doing everything again. :rolleyes:
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Re: Autodesk 3ds Max / Maya / Softimage / Mudbox / 2013

Postby iniside » 03.04.2012, 09:38

ClockworkOnion wrote:
RayFan9876 wrote:I'm not interested. I honestly can't stand the vomit-inducing Material Editor that was introduced in 3ds Max 2011.

mudbox is pretty epic though. I don't get how Autodesk can get away with owning pretty much ALL of the software used in the game industry though, if anyone else had that kind of ownership they would be slapped in the face with a anti-trust suit.

Mudox is nowhere near zbrush. Although it's best texturing tool (mudbox). ZReally nothing better to paint your lp models :D
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