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Autodesk 3D Studio Max
Autodesk 3D Studio Max, also known as 3ds Max, is a leading 3D computer graphic software frequently used by video game developers, TV studio's and architectural visualisation studio's, amongst others.
This training course on 3D Studio Max Workshop is delivered in-house for teams, companies and organisations. using examples that are relevant to each organisation, this course will advanced 3D modelling and design applications in the computer software, 3D Studio Max.
The in-house training course is delivered by experts in computer aided design and using the most up to date 3D Studio Max Software edition. Upon request, SquareOne trainers can deliver the course on older versions of the software.
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Training Course Content
This 3D Studio Max in-house workshop will include the following modules:
- Creating and modifying objects
- Transforming objects
- Creating and editing splines
- Low Poly modelling
- Material creation & editor
- Using mapped materials
- Basic animation techniques
- Using track view
- Lighting creation & modification
- Property changes
- Camera creation & modification
- Using depth of field
- Rendering and creating previews
- Building simple hierarchies
- Grouping objects
- Navigate the 3ds Max interface
- Using the modifier stack
- Using the Co-ordinate system
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