Quick demo of the zoom on cursor feature in the 2012 Advantage Pack, in an ICE Tree view.
If you’ve got a group of objects, how do you emit one particle from each object in the group?
BONUS: I show the 2012 AP Zoom on Cursor feature in the ICE Tree 😉
Walt Disney Animation Studios has licensed its XGen visual effects and animation software, used for Rapunzel’s hair in “Tangled” as well as fur, feathers and foliage, to software giant Autodesk.
Under the exclusive five-year license, Autodesk will turn XGen into commercial software available to animation and vfx professionals and to students. Announcement came at the Siggraph computer graphics conference.