Autodesk and Adobe: The Start of a Beautiful Relationship

Autodesk and Adobe: The Start of a Beautiful Relationship

For those of you battling with 3D and 2D interoperability, there may be light at the end of the tunnel. Autodesk and Adobe are joining forces to try make these problems a thing of the past.

If you’re a graphics artist whose creative toolset includes Adobe After Effects, you can now enjoy recent enhancements between AF and Autodesk 3ds Max 2013. This is certainly setting a new standard for 2D/3D data exchange... for the better!

The new Media Sync function in 3ds Max offers a two-way transfer for camera’s, lighting, footage and lots more. This great new functionality allows artists to work more effectively while also reducing delivery times substantially.

This is a great tool for artists and designers alike, and the new motion graphics, animation and simulation tools in Autodesk 3ds Max let you concentrate your efforts more creatively without compromising the quality of work being delivered.

Check out the full story regarding the Adobe After Effects and 3DS Max bi-directional via the Adobe TV website.


4 Comments richard mcguinnesss

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richard mcguinnesss
Thu 24 May 2012: 4:58pm

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  • richard mcguinness:

    That's something we can't answer I'm afraid. One of Autodesk's challenges is to get functionality across all packages, trouble is with such different core architecture on both products I don't know when we will see this.

  • alinspired:

    when will they bring any of these ground breaking stuff to MAYA.

  • richard mcguinness:

    Thanks Mike ,Yes we know and Cinema 4d has always been one of the leaders with working with other packages and long may it continue

  • Mike Griggs:

    You know you have been able to export from cinema 4d to after effects for a number of versions. The latest version of cinema allows round tripping between the apps, pretty much seamlessly

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