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Monday
Sep012014

Max3D Reviews Stoke MX 2

If you have been around since the early days of 3ds Max, the name "Max3D" might ring a bell. Back in 1996, the year 3ds Max was released, Torbjorn "Tobbe" Olsson started a website dedicated to 3ds Max News which also served as a catalog of available plug-ins years before the current torch-bearer MaxPlugins.de came along.

Now Tobbe is back with a dedicated YouTube Channel with the same name, and a Facebook Group / Google+ Circle to go with it. And the first review published by the new Channel is dedicated to Thinkbox' Stoke MX 2.0!

The review provides an in-depth look at the various areas Stoke MX 2.0 can be applied to, including particle advection, custom velocity fields creation, advanced FumeFX integration, Particle Flow control, field simulation and OpenVDB I/O, and Genome geometry modifications.

Be sure to watch the whole video as it offers a lot of examples, ideas and details. 

You can visit the Max3D Reviews Channel.

Here is the Max3D Reviews Facebook Group.

If you prefer Google+, here is the Max3D Reviews Circle.

Thursday
Jun052014

A Yummy Cherry Yogurt Ad And Making Of By Digital Kitchen With A Bit Of Genome In The Mix

Digital Kitchen's Chad Ashley posted the following mouth-watering Cherry Yogurt commercial created using 3ds Max, A&G Studio Light Rig, V-Ray, and some help from Genome for the surface displacement effect.
You can watch it below or on Vimeo, and comment on both Vimeo and Max Underground.
Friday
Mar142014

Deadline 6.1 Webinar Videos Are Now Online

The videos recorded on March 12th and 13th 2014 during the live webinar sessions are now online. The majority of the 9 segments were taken from the second run on the first day, except for the last segment which is from day 2.

You can watch all 9 segments here...

Friday
Jun212013

Deadline 6.0 Webinar Videos Now Available

We have posted a large number of YouTube videos recorded during the live Webinars on June 19th and 20th, 2013. They include the main presentation by Edwin Amsler, Front-Line Support Engineer at Thinkbox Software, as well as relevant parts of the Questions And Answers segments also featuring Director Of Sales Thomas Phariss, Developer James Coulter and Product Specialist Borislav "Bobo" Petrov.

Tuesday
May212013

Stoke MX Webinar Videos Now Online

Several videos that were recorded during the Stoke MX Webinars broadcast live on May 16th and 17th, 2013 have now been posted on the Stoke MX product page.

The videos cover the basic usage and workflows of Stoke MX and its integration with various 3ds Max components, 3rd party plugins and other Thinkbox products. In addition, the theory and practice of the asynchronous caching and multi-threading used by Stoke are discussed and illustrated.