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Autodesk Packs Artist-Driven Features into Maya 2020 Release Posted: 10/12/2019
Autodesk Packs Artist-Driven Features into Maya 2020 Release

Today, Autodesk announced the release of Autodesk Maya 2020, bringing animators, modelers, riggers, and technical artists a host of new tools and improvements that enable faster, more intuitive CG content creation from first concept to final delivery.

Building on powerful animation features introduced in Maya 2019, Maya 2020 adds more than 60 new updates animators will notice in their day-to-day work. The release also includes Arnold 6, which can now be used for production rendering on both the CPU and GPU, as well as significant performance enhancements and new simulation features to Bifrost, the visual programming environment in Maya.

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Autodesk Arnold 6 Offers Production Rendering on Both CPU and GPU Posted: 10/12/2019
Autodesk Arnold 6 Offers Production Rendering on Both CPU and GPU

Autodesk today announced the release of Arnold 6 with Arnold GPU. From look development to final frame rendering, Arnold 6 with Arnold GPU simplifies how artists and studios create and iterate content, giving them the speed and flexibility to adapt to a fast-paced working environment and scale rendering capacity to accommodate the ebbs and flows of production. Arnold’s intuitive interface makes it easy to toggle between CPU and GPU rendering, maintaining the same settings with a single click. Arnold GPU is based on NVIDIA’s OptiX framework and optimized to take advantage of NVIDIA RTX technology.

“Rendering workloads continue to grow as content providers strive to meet rising audience expectations for content quality. Speed and interactivity have become more crucial than ever to the creative process. Arnold 6 delivers performance gains that will help lighten the load with the same high-quality render results that the CPU renderer is known for,” said Chris Vienneau, senior director, Media & Entertainment Products, Autodesk. “We’ve worked closely with NVIDIA to optimize Arnold GPU to run on the latest RTX GPUs and RTX Server, and we’re excited to get this latest update into the hands of new and existing Arnold customers.”

 

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New AKA Design furniture for composer David Arnold Posted: 29/08/2017
New AKA Design furniture for composer David Arnold

AKA Design has been commissioned to build a custom composing desk, crafted from crown oak, for talented composer, David Arnold. This will be housed at Davids room at Air Studios and is his second AKA desk, following one installed in his home studio two years ago. The new composing desk features an integrated Doepfer Musikelektronik keyboard; AKA works with leading manufacturers like this worldwide, housing audio, broadcast, editing, grading and music production technology in its stylish studio furniture.

Tags: AKA Design | studio furniture | composing | composing desk | David Arnold | music | Directors Cut Films | Avid | Mcasso | Soho | audio production | keyboard
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Autodesk Showcases Latest Flame Family and 3D Animation Software at NAB 2017 Posted: 24/04/2017
Autodesk Showcases Latest Flame Family and 3D Animation Software at NAB 2017

At NAB 2017, Autodesk is showcasing the newest versions of its solutions for media and entertainment. Each update is full of enhancements that simplify the creative process, streamline artist collaboration and equip users for the future of content creation.

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Autodesk Wins are Twofold this Awards Season Posted: 23/02/2017
Autodesk Wins are Twofold this Awards Season

Artists from around the world used media and entertainment software from Autodesk, Inc. (NASDAQ:ADSK) for the 22nd year to help bring 2016s most popular films to the big screen. Autodesk also received recognition from The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, earning a Scientific and Technical Achievement Award (Sci-Tech) for the Arnold renderer.

Tags: Autodesk | Arnold | Arnold Renderer | Flame | 3ds | Maya | Shotgun | Academy Awards | Sci-Tech Awards | Film | Film Nominations | VFX
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Azule helps Milk kit out new London facilities Posted: 24/07/2013
Azule helps Milk kit out new London facilities

Milk, the boutique visual effects company that launched in June, has today announced that it has completed the initial technical roll-out at its new facility in Londons Fitzrovia. The company has invested in a range of specialist hardware and software solutions, including Autodesk® Maya® 3D animation software, Nuke X from the Foundry, Arnold render licenses, CandIT Warp hard disk storage and Fat Twin render nodes, thanks to a swift and competitive leasing solution from Azule Finance.

Tags: Azule | finance | Peter Savage | Milk | VFX | Fitzrovia | Autodesk | Nuke | Foundry | Arnold | CandIT | Fat Twin | Doctor Who | Ice Age Giants | Sherlock | Jonathan Strange | Escape Technology | Will Cohen | broadcast | leasing | asset
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