3ds Max contains essential tools for many of today’s 3D digital content creation specialists, but are increasingly becoming part of a daily toolset for many companies wishing to market their products or create interior and exterior architectural visualisations, 3D animations or stunning visual imagery.
Whilst many 3D modelling and design software solutions have there own internal render engines, 3ds Max and visualisation software extends these with a toolset that allows user to go beyond merely creating a virtual image, but to generating visually stunning truly photo-realistic imagery often indistinguishable from the real thing.
3ds Max can be purchased on a subscription basis as a standalone application or, if you are operating extended workflows, it is also be purchased as part of the wider Autodesk Media & Entertainment Collection.
Why Should I Purchase Autodesk 3ds Max?
3ds Max’s extensive toolset give superior control over lighting, materials, animations and rendering to name but a few of the features that makes 3ds Max a market leader in digital content creation and rendering.
These days however it is not only about the features but also about workflow, interoperability and production pipelines too. 3ds Max is interoperable with other Autodesk software including Revit, Autodesk Inventor, AutoCAD and Alias so fits perfectly with Autodesk productivity pipelines.
3ds Max also boasts excellent interoperability with other engineering applications to through its DirectConnect family of translators, including SolidWorks®, Catia®,Pro/ENGINEER®,JT™, Siemens NX and other file formats. So it’s not only Autodesk software users that can benefit from this superb visualisation and design tool.