Rumor: Autodesk going to Kill 3Ds Max?

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  09 September 2012
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  09 September 2012
Ok reidh I usually donít ban people, but for you I might make an exception.



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  09 September 2012
Originally Posted by philnolan3d: In other words, don't expect any new features, but we'll ask you to pay up anyway.

That is actually a good thing. In zbrush for example, there are only a few things I would like to see. The two most important are 64 bit, and stability improvement where it can be found. There are a few other features I'd love to see but you know what, If clients keep making more demanding projects for us, then stability and handling of large data is number 1. Zbrush works well enough at the moment, where they can focus on those two points.
 
  09 September 2012
Max sells more licenses than Maya and Softimage combined. 3ds max will be the last product the suits are willing to axe. Mudbox and Softimage would be I imagine a far more vulnerable targets.
 
  09 September 2012
Originally Posted by thatoneguy: Max sells more licenses than Maya and Softimage combined. 3ds max will be the last product the suits are willing to axe. Mudbox and Softimage would be I imagine a far more vulnerable targets.


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  09 September 2012
Originally Posted by ambient-whisper: That is actually a good thing. In zbrush for example, there are only a few things I would like to see. The two most important are 64 bit, and stability improvement where it can be found. There are a few other features I'd love to see but you know what, If clients keep making more demanding projects for us, then stability and handling of large data is number 1. Zbrush works well enough at the moment, where they can focus on those two points.


LOL yeah but you can expect that zbrush if not dev'ing new features would actually deliver your wishlist.

Autodesk on the other hand... Id expect them to deliver increased pricing.
 
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