Monday, January 12, 2009

Autodesk launches new software for mac

Autodesk is expanding its software range by launching three new softwares for mac. These new softwares will provide an new paltform to mac users. All three softwares for Mac OS X are Autodesk Toxik, Autodesk Mudbox and Autodesk ImageModeler. Autodesk Toxik is a digital composting software that integrates compositing and effects into 2D visual effects which provide better resolution to its user. "Given the growing adoption of Mac OS X and the production requirements of the Mac community, we are excited to offer these premiere creative tools to Mac artists," said Stig Gruman, Digital Entertainment Group vice president, Autodesk Media & Entertainment. Autodesk's products are already famous as its offerings empower artistic vision and provide Mac users with the tools to bring their creative ideas to life. Apart from Autodesk Toxik, Autodesk Mudbox is an application software for painting, texturing and re-touching 3D models. Mudbox software gives 3D modellers, artists and designers the freedom to create without worrying about technical details. Autodesk ImageModeler is an image-based modelling and photogrammetry software that generates 3D models from photographs. "Mac OS X Leopard, combined with our powerful Mac hardware, offers creative and design specialists a compelling platform for creating everything from stunning 2D visual effects to advanced 3D models for digital entertainment," said Ron Okamoto, Apple's vice president of Worldwide Developer Relations.

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