Maya demo or for irix ?

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Maya demo or for irix ?

Unread postby mis » Sun Apr 27, 2003 10:23 am

Are there no demo versions avalible anywhere
that is possible to snoop up
of some version of maya for irix ?

anyone who can help. contact me please.

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Re: Maya demo or for irix ?

Unread postby nekonoko » Sun Apr 27, 2003 3:33 pm

There are no demo/Personal Learning Edition versions of Maya for IRIX.
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Re: Maya demo or for irix ?

Unread postby Shtoink » Sun Apr 27, 2003 6:04 pm

mis wrote:Are there no demo versions avalible anywhere
that is possible to snoop up
of some version of maya for irix ?

anyone who can help. contact me please.


Umm.... That would be a big fat negatory for that one, brotha!
You're pretty much SOL on that one, unless you can get a good deal on it for being an instructor or something. :D

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Unread postby directedition » Sun Apr 27, 2003 10:44 pm

Aren't there any old demos for Maya for IRIX? I run primarily IRIX and Linux, and neither have pro quality 3D software in any type of freeware concept. I have an old demo version of LightWave on my R10k !2 station, but it only wants to run in softare mode. Blender so far is my best bet, a decent package for what it's trying to do, but he lack of ratracting and its roundabout methods of doing reflections and radiocity are real turn-offs.
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Unread postby DaJuice » Sat May 10, 2003 12:07 am

Directedition and mis too, I strongly urge you guys to check out Houdini Apprentice. Houdini is easily as powerful as Maya, and you will probably find it's a lot more capable than blender.
You can download the Apprentice (non-commercial edition) here:
http://www.vislab.usyd.edu.au/sidefx/
There are also many introductory video tutorials (real player and divx formats) available that give you a good idea of how the program works.
http://www.vislab.usyd.edu.au/sidefx/ho ... ideo_data/

The only difference between the Apprentice and the Master version ($17,000!) is that it saves in a different file format, and your renders are limited to 640x480 with a watermark in the bottom right corner.


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