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17/10/2003

Discreet ship 3ds max 6 3D animation software

Discreet have announced that the latest version of its award-winning professional 3D modelling, animation and rendering package 3ds max 6 software will begin shipping in Europe, Middle East & Africa on October 20.
This major release delivers significant advancements to existing core features as well as new functionality developed in close cooperation with key customers such as SEGA Corporation Japan to enhance workflow for 3D artists and designers in the film, television, games development and design visualisation markets.
"This new version of 3ds max 6 focuses on a blend of customer-driven refinements, new features, and application stability-reinforcing its legacy as the 3D solution with the breadth and productivity to deliver the job from start to finish," said Paul Lypaczewski, General Manager of Discreet and executive vice president, Autodesk.
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