WTB Softimage|3D 4.0 Manuals

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WTB Softimage|3D 4.0 Manuals

Unread postby ubiquityxx » Sat Jun 24, 2017 1:05 am

Does anyone have physical sets of guides for Softimage|3D 4.0? Building a machine to run this bad boy after 15 years.

I'm very interested if you are selling. Thanks!

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Re: WTB Softimage|3D 4.0 Manuals

Unread postby uunix » Sat Jun 24, 2017 3:11 am

I can't help, but are you requiring those books in particular to learn to use?

Reason I ask.. Inside SOFTIMAGE 3D by Anthony Rossano is a good book. Seems to be the recommended read and still easily available.
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Re: WTB Softimage|3D 4.0 Manuals

Unread postby ubiquityxx » Sat Jun 24, 2017 9:15 am

To have as an offline reference in sync with the version I'm working with is why. I prefer physical books :)

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Re: WTB Softimage|3D 4.0 Manuals

Unread postby GIJoe » Tue Jul 04, 2017 4:24 pm

i'd be surprised to hear that these books actually exist for 4.0.

if i recall right, that version was an afterthought at the time - something they released to keep a handful of companies invested in SI3D happy - while they were generally pushing XSI front and center.

we had these books but they came matching with version 3.6 or 3.7 and were not replaced as far as i was aware. rather, starting with 3.8 they shipped PDF manuals. anyway, wow has it been a long time or what. :)


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