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TurboReduce's 1.33 Released With Rebuild Base Mesh SneakPeak #1

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obliviboy has updated his awesome script that allows the user to recreate lost SubD levels in max Smiling

TurboReduce, formally called Recreate Subdivision Levels, has some bugfixes and new additions plus some stunning new features in the pipeline!

 

Changes since 1.1:-
 

1.33

Straighten Edges in Screen View

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miauu has created a nice little script that align and straighten verts, edges or faces at multiple angles for max 2009 Smiling

 

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Work only with Editable Poly objects.

The video show all that the script can do. Reference coordinate system must be "Screen", can align verts, edges or faces.

3Point Shader 1.01.03 Released!

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3Point Studios have released an update for their uber 3Point Shader, which now includes support for Max 2012.

Max 2012 Video Review!

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Grant Warwick has made a review video of the newest iteration of Autodesk's premier modeling application: 3dsMax 2012.

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Render To Texture Assist (RTTassist)

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Want a brilliant script for Max that solves your baking woes? Well look no further!

Martin Punchev has created an absolutely stunning script that does that and more Laughing out loud

RTTassist is a free MaxScript toolset shaped in a beautiful interface that automates the tedious process of texture baking.
It has a wide range of features, but most especially it is designed to give you better user experience!
Take a look at some of its main features (to see them in action check the site or the youtube channel):

finalRender 3.5 and 3.5 SE SP3 Released

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cebas have released finalRender 3.5 and 3.5 SE SP3!

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On the very same delivery day of Autodesk 3ds Max 2012, cebas Visual Technology Inc. is able to serve up its versions of both finalRender 3.5 and 3.5 SE (including finalToon) for the newest version of 3ds Max. The software is available in both 32- and 64-bit versions and available for immediate download from the cebas website.

Autodesk Max 2012 Released With Trials Available

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Autodesk have released Max 2012, which is available to download over at the  Autodesk Subscription Center! Laughing out loud

They have also released 30 day trials of Max, Maya and Mudbox, so go get your hands dirty!

 

Recreate Subdivision Levels 1.1 Max Script

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obliviboy has created an awesome script that allows the user to recreate lost SubD levels in max :O

finalRender 2 For Maya SP1 And New Pricing Render Farm License Bundles

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Based on input from cebas users and resellers, cebas has introduced a new pricing scheme for its leading finalRender™ for Maya 3D visualization software.

The following prices apply, effective immediately:

emRPC4 V4.0 Unleashed!

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emRPC4, the point cloud render for XSI has been unveiled with some pretty impressive new additions Smiling

 

Features include:-

  • renders particles and strands.
  • flicker free results.
  • per-particle render settings.
  • ambient occlusion.
  • global illumination.
  • self-shadowing.
  • shadows on masks.
  • motion blur.
  • depth of field.
  • special emRPC4-viewer within Softimage (Custom Display Host).

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Quickly Making Large Scale Rubble In Max

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RoosterMap has created a great tutorial on quickly making large scale rubble in Max using the noise modifier.

He has also provided an example PSD file for our viewing pleasure, which can be found HERE

finalRender SP2 Released!

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cebas have released service pack 2 for their 3ds Max core rendering engine!

The update includes improvements and bug fixes for a wide range of features including Global Illumination and and Harmonics GI acceleration and optimisation, new control features for saving and loading and finalToon 3ds Max Visibility Track support for fading lines in and out. Laughing out loud

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Future Hair Farm And finalRender Optimisation For 3ds Max!

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Cebas and Cyber Radiance have entered into a cooperation agreement to optimise their respective products for optimal use with each other.

Cebas finalRender for Maya Promotion!

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Cebas are currently running a great promotion where you can save up to $2000 on finalRender for Maya with 5x render farm licenses!

 

3DS Max 2012 Announced!

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Autodesk have announced 3DS Max 2012!

The worlds premier modeling application has a whole host of new features and improvements too! Laughing out loud

 

Sneak Peek at XBR!

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Autodesk have posted a few sneak peak videos of the improvements currently being made with the Excalibur (XBR) project!

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Here's a quick look at some of the many things we've been working on behind scenes.

Autodesk To Acquire Scaleform!

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Autodesk are to acquire Scaleform for a sum of $36 million!

The leading middleware company produces the awesome Scaleform GFx UI tool, which has been used in over 800 games and is available in UDK.

Autodesk 3ds Max XBR Webinar Online!

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Autodesk have posted the XBR webinar that was recorded earlier this month for all to see!

The hour long webinar provides information on the current Max restructuring that is underway.

 

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For a second year in a row, we held a public webinar to expose customers to our long-term roadmap plans and discuss some of the details behind our XBR initiative. This year, we had over 800 people attend a series of 3 sessions where we talked in more detail about the UI changes, graphics and simulation efforts.

John Wainwright's MAXScript 101 Released on Vimeo!

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John Wainwright, the creator of MaxScript has released his training DVD: MAXScript 101, for free on Vimeo!

 

The course shows everything you will need to start creating your own scripts and who better to teach, than the inventor of the language? Laughing out loud

 

Iron Baby : Making of

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STROB, them creator of the popular Iron Baby YouTube video, has posted 8 making of videos of the viral movie.

He goes though how he modeled, rigged, textured and lit the movie in Max and VRay, with each subject having its own individual video Smiling

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