Autodesk 3ds Max
Posted by Eddie Perlberg, 9 July 2012 9:52 am
What’s New in Autodesk 3ds Max and 3ds Max Design 2013
The latest version of 3ds Max and 3ds Max Design has been recognized for its workflow enhancements, ease of use advances and new capabilities. In this session, we will present the new features of 3ds Max 2013 and 3ds Max Design 2013 with exploration of the Nitrous improvements, Tabbed viewport layouts, MassFX Updates & mCloth, Workflow improvements, After Effects Interop, Iray 2.0, the Revit Interop update and more. We will also be sure to look at the latest benefits for subscription customers.
Visualization Artists working in the Architectural, Manufacturing or Infrastructure industries or the Digital Creation Artist working in the Game or Film industries.
Movie Magic in Autodesk 3ds Max Design
Now that you’ve experienced the ease of creating compelling renderings with 3ds Max Design, you are ready to start investigating some of the tools that Hollywood uses to win Academy Awards for visual effects. Particle systems to have your project assemble before your eyes, techniques to marry your designs to photographs and add natural movement with the MassFX toolsets.
Optimizing your workflow to meet visualization deadlines with Autodesk 3ds Max Design
As visualization projects expectations grow higher and higher, the time to complete them grows shorter and shorter. In this session, we will look at 3 distinct areas of optimizing your workflow to make your deadlines with little or no stress; Before 3ds Max Design, In 3ds Max Design and After 3ds Max Design. We’ll look at Model Optimization, linking and rendering philosophies and post production practices.
Of course, getting classes accepted is never easy, but now, the hard part begins. While I begin to shape the classes and put them together, if there's any comments or must have's you want me to consider, let me know as soon as possible. If you wanted to experience the satisfaction of teaching at AU this year, it's not to late to submit. The AU Virtual 2012 Call for Proposals now open. Submit proposals to teach a recorded class to be made available during AU 2012 in Las Vegas. If you submitted a proposal for AU Las Vegas that was not selected, consider submitting it as a virtual class.
Classes may be in Spanish, Portuguese, or English. These 45- to 60-minute classes are ideal for tricks and tips, feature-based content, basic and intermediate procedures, and specific workflows involving multiple Autodesk® software products.
In posts to come, I will be sure to highlight some of the other classes of interest for Design Viz. Of course, AU is a personal journey of enlightenment, so don't take my word for it. Come out and experience it for yourself.
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