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Autodesk to hold webcasts on future of 3ds Max

Friday, January 14th, 2011 | Posted by Jim Thacker

Autodesk has announced three free webcasts on Project Excalibur, the under-the-hood redesign of 3ds Max designed to roll out across three updates to the software.

The 3ds Max 2012 release is due to address “UI, dynamics and viewport changes”.

All three webcasts take place on Tuesday 8 February between 9am and 9.30pm EST.

Register for the webcasts via Autodesk’s Ken Pimentel’s blog

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2 responses to “Autodesk to hold webcasts on future of 3ds Max”

  1. Tom said:

    How about addressing , lack of simultaneous combine strokes of bump and colour in viewport canvas.
    Improved skinning and uv mapping automation to compete with other products.
    A renderer that outperforms vray, octane … and many many others. Iray is grainy/sub par, a pretender to speedy rendering. And better cross over between Mudbox/Zbrush such as accurate material fidelity and retention of settings.

    5:53 am on Monday, January 17, 2011

  2. Stephen Davidson said:

    I just want them to make Max run on a Mac

    6:05 pm on Thursday, January 20, 2011

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