Autodesk 3DS Max 2010
Free-form modelling, animation and rendering software.
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Max is a modelling, animation and rendering package recently acquired and now developed by Autodesk. It is considered as a standard for 3D modelling and it is certainly one of the most popular.
Max¿s Max's primary functions are visualisation and animation. Freeform modelling is still carried out in Max by some users despite the fact that other programs (Rhino for example) can do it much better now.
Primary outputs from 3DSMax include:
The sheer volume of tasks which Max can accomplish sometimes makes it an intimidating software to get to grips with. Realistically, it is rare that a user will understand and more specifically use all the functions of the program. Most users prefer instead to focus on one aspect of the program.
Over and above those strengths and weaknesses listed already, Max at present is:
Good software manuals issued by Autodesk can be found in the Library.
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First published Mon. 1 Feb. 2010