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Filmakademie Baden-Weurttemburg team honored as top up-and-coming filmmakers with annual award sponsored and presented by Autodesk at 18th Annual Visual Effects Society gala.
New updates provide increased flexibility, speed, and power to artist workflows, dramatically reducing render times.
Latest version includes new animation, rendering, effects, modeling and rigging advancements to empower artists throughout the production pipeline
VFX producer Michael Perdew shares how Google Cloud was integral in the studio’s Air and Fire Elementals production work on the hit superhero action adventure.
Maya’s new visual programming environment being showcased along with newest versions of Arnold, 3ds Max, Shotgun and Flame
17 new RTX Studio laptops pair RTX GPUs with NVIDIA Studio Stack of SDKs and drivers to significantly improve performance and reliability for content creators.
NVIDIA supercharges creative workflows with RTX GPUs and Creator Ready Drivers to improve performance and reliability in creative applications.
Using assets from the award-winning Netflix series, NVIDIA teams with Autodesk and Vancouver VFX studio Image Engine to showcase real-time GPU-accelerated rendering workflows with RTX Server and Quadro vDWS.
Featuring new tools and performance enhancements for faster animation, improved working environments, higher quality previews and improved pipeline integration.
VFX supervisor Karl Herbst shares his insights on how his team tackled lots of snow, and a bit of fur, on Warner Bros’ new animated musical comedy adventure.
New release of Academy Award-winning rendering software includes new Cell Noise shader, multi-threaded Adaptive Subdivision, Texture Baking, and deeper integration with Cryptomatte.
A team of graduating students from MoPA garner accolades for hyper-realistic animated short with a noir twist.
Barajoun Entertainment founder Ayman Jamal details his journey to bring the first fully Middle Eastern-funded and produced CG-animated feature to the big screen.
Recent updates for collections, Maya, Shotgun, Arnold, 3ds Max and Flame accelerate creative workflows.
Framestore VFX supervisor Kyle McCulloch shares how Mrs. Potts, Lumiere, Cogsworth, Cadenza and Garderobe were brought to life in Disney’s hit live-action remake of the classic 1991 animated feature.
Qvisten Animation made extensive use of PipelineFX’s intelligent render farm manager and Microsoft Azure integration to complete their feature ‘Anchors Up’ on a tight timeline, relying on a shared disk image in the cloud and Qube!’s automatic resource allocation.
The Microsoft Azure Batch Rendering Platform is built on the Azure Batch platform and allows users to submit render jobs through Maya, 3ds Max and Arnold, and the Azure SDK allows customization and open-source plugins to integrate directly with Maya and 3ds Max.
Major new update includes improved performance and new shaders; Autodesk bundles Arnold 5 with 3ds Max 2018, replacing Mental Ray.
First in a series of CG-animated edutainment films aimed at discovering the real magic of the world we live in approaches the explanation of natural phenomena in a fantastical way.
All five VFX Academy Award nominees employed Autodesk technology to help deliver Oscar-worthy visual effects; Arnold renderer honored with a 2017 Sci-Tech Award.