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At an Investors Day meeting in San Francisco, Autodesk announces modest layoffs and explains changes in its business model, including the discontinuation of upgrade purchases.
New release unites visual effects and editorial finishing with intuitive workflow and enhanced color grading integration.
Autodesk announces the introduction of pay as you go access to Design and Creation Suites, Autodesk 3ds Max, and more.
Autodesk unveils Maya LT for indie and mobile game developers starting at $50 a month; powerful tools and affordable pricing expand 3D options for independent game developers and small studios.
Autodesk releases Autodesk FBX Review, a free, animation tool to conduct detailed reviews of a wide range of 3D assets.
Autodesk announces the availability of Media & Entertainment support and learning content for its 2014 product line under Creative Commons licensing.
Improved functionality, greater flexibility and accelerated performance roll out in Autodesk Smoke 2013 Extension 1 release.
The Smoke community continues to grow after Autodesk launched a redesign of their professional video editing software, Autodesk Smoke.
Autodesk signs an enterprise technology agreement with Technicolor, which includes flexible global access to Autodesk’s entire technology portfolio, at NAB 2013.
ALT Systems announces at GDC that they are bringing gaming technology to HP Z Workstations with PNY graphics cards.
Game development solutions boost UI design, artificial intelligence, lighting and animation tools with updates to Autodesk Scaleform, Autodesk Navigation, Autodesk Beast and Autodesk HumanIK.
Autodesk announces the new features of the Autodesk Entertainment Creation Suite 2014, which includes updated versions of Autodesk Maya 2014, Autodesk 3ds Max 2014, Autodesk MotionBuilder 2014, Autodesk Mudbox 2014, Autodesk Softimage 2014 and Autodesk Sketchbook Designer 2014.
Autodesk announces its GDC 2013 lineup, with plans to showcase a wide range of desktop software and mobile apps that help optimize game development pipelines.
Autodesk announces Unfold 2014, a two-day celebration beginning on Tuesday, March 26, to unveil the company’s latest 3D animation software releases.
Digital artists worldwide relied on Autodesk Media & Entertainment software to create the best movies of the year.
Thinkbox Software announces the release of Krakatoa MY, the high-volume particle renderer for the Autodesk Maya 3D software running on Microsoft Windows and Linux operating systems.
Autodesk kicks off its “Gwen & Dave” animated vacation getaway contest with prizes including a license of the Autodesk Entertainment Creation Suite Ultimate, a Lenovo ThinkPad W530 Mobile Workstation, a license of Autodesk Mudbox, and an NVIDIA Quadro card.
VFX artist and director Jeremy Hunt teams with Autodesk to produce an original, humorous short film that showcases the movie-making magic of Autodesk Smoke 2013 video editing and visual effects software.
Autodesk sponsors the award for "Outstanding Visual Effects in a Student Project" at the 11th annual VES Awards.
Autodesk seeks the latest and greatest creative talent to submit content for its 2013 Best of the Best Show Reel, which will premiere at NAB 2013 from April 8-11 in Las Vegas, NV.
The development team behind “FarmVille 2” talks about how it built a 3D pipeline with Autodesk 3ds Max and the Flare3D plug-in for Flash.
New extension release integrates customer feedback into product development to optimize high-end visual effects and editing workflow.
Autodesk, Inc. announces that the new Autodesk Smoke 2013, professional video editing software is now shipping.