The wait is over. Autodesk releases Maya 2022 and 3ds Max 2022 with USD, speed and security being front and centre.
Eddy for Nuke 3.0 has been in the works for some time and we’re excited to share some new developments with you
The professional workstation market for high-end graphics has always required artists to know their tech and evaluate a wide gamut of choices. Guiding the choice between enterprise and consumer technologies – or a mixture of the two – has been a feature of our workstation business for as long as I can remember, but it used to be simpler.
Earlier this year Escape Technology commissioned a report into the state of remote working within the VFX industry. It turned up some fascinating statistics, including just how unprepared many businesses were to tackle the challenge of a decentralised workforce.
Well, I think enough has been said about the year we’ve all had. It’s certainly been like no other and of course our thoughts go out to anyone affected by the pandemic.
For all businesses in post production and visual effects technology is at their core. From workstations to storage and render there’s no escaping the infrastructure that powers your creativity. However, the upfront cost of the latest equipment is enough to put many off investing in tools that can improve your deliverables beyond measure, and save you time in the process.
This year has brought some incredible leaps in technology, and the latest version of Autodesk Flame is among them.
In the last decade, the options for cloud services have expanded exponentially, leading to a vast array of product offerings and vendors. While the variety and complexity of services offered by cloud providers such as Amazon Web Services (AWS) presents advantages to big teams with economies of scale and scope, these same factors may be unnecessary or even burdensome to smaller teams that seek a more focused and streamlined experience.
Autodesk has released a new update to Bifrost.
All the features from the last post have been fine tuned and V-Ray 5 for 3ds Max is ready.
With the imminent release of V-Ray 5 for 3ds Max this is the last time that users can upgrade their V-Ray 3 licences.