Autodesk celebrates #25YearsofMax
Autodesk has launched a web site celebrating the 25th anniversary of 3ds Max. It chronicles the development of Max, from the initial release of 3D Studio for MS-DOS in 1990, through the introduction of Inverse Kinematics in 1994, the first release of 3ds Max for Windows NT in 1995, the acquisition of Discreet Logic Inc. by Autodesk in 1999, incorporation of mental ray into Discreet 3ds Max in 2003, acquisition of Alias in 2006 and subsequent implementation of the FBX interchange format, adoption of annual naming convention in 2007 with Autodesk 3ds Max 2008, up to the current 3ds Max 2016 with OpenSubdiv support, and more... [source]
BeatEdit for Premiere Pro
Mamoworld released BeatEdit for Premiere Pro, a plug-in for automatic detection of beats in music and representing them as markers in the Premiere Pro timeline.
Try The Foundry's Colorway for free
The Foundry has announced the evolution of its Colorway application to address the needs of today's design industry.
Softube launches Fix Flanger and Doubler in collaboration with Paul Wolff
From the mind of legendary audio equipment designer Paul Wolff comes the new Fix Flanger and Doubler.
Autodesk launches 3ds Max 2016 Extension 2
Autodesk launched Autodesk 3ds Max 2016 Extension 2 for 3D modeling, animation and rendering.
SketchUp 2016 support in V-Ray 2.0
V-Ray 2.0 for SketchUp has been updated and is now fully compatible with SketchUp 2016.
Steinberg's UR and CI audio interfaces compatible with Mac OS X 10.11
Steinberg updated the TOOLS v2.1.3 for CI2/CI2+, UR242, UR44, UR28M and UR824 audio interfaces.
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