With Autodesk’s new subscription-based model you get the latest versions of programs including Maya and 3ds Max. Until October, you can trade in perpetual licenses of Autodesk software and get 50% off three-year subscriptions, including industry collections.
The announcement of Maya 2017 at SIGGRAPH marks the latest in a stream of improvements to Autodesk’s offering, including the introduction of Arnold as the default renderer. Subscription-holders get access to updates as soon as they’re released, without being forced to update until they want to. They can even access some of the previous versions too.
Other benefits of subscription include technical support, as well as the right to use your license at home and abroad as well as in the office.
If you’re still deciding when to make the switch from your old perpetual licenses, now is the time. For every qualifying license traded in (including Maya and Max), you can get a qualifying subscription license of your choice for half price. So you can stay with your preferred program, or get 50% off the Media & Entertainment Collection, which includes Maya, Max, Mudbox, MotionBuilder and Cloud storage.
This offer is valid from now until 21st October, get in touch with Neil Parmar today to take advantage of it, or to discuss which package is right for you.