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Student Version of 3dsMax R4?

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Promit    13246
I was wondering if there is a student version of 3DS Max release 4 out, and how much it costs. Anyone know? ANd what are the threads attached? NO i dont want GMax. ----------------------------- The sad thing about artificial intelligence is that it lacks artifice and therefore intelligence.

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www.creationengine.com or www.journeyed.com is where you can find the student versions. I think they are priced at $899.99

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spock    217
quote:
Original post by Promit
ANd what are the threads attached?



IIRC, you may not sell (or in other ways commercially use) the artwork/models/whatever you produce with the student version.

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Mezz    571
They''re releasing Maya Learning for free though

But if you''re only after MAX that might not help much.

-Mezz

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Well considering the standard edition of max sells at $3,500.00 $899.99 is pretty much a bargin. That''s almost 75% off the list price...

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Promit    13246
...I don''t have 900 USD. I think i better get that free version of Maya though.

In other news, 100,000 people in two months have not been able to hack the GMAX file format. Amazing guys at Discreet...

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Zaei    122
...Then the smart people download the tempest add on for gmax, export as md3, then edit in Milkshape... -.-

Z.

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Absolution    180
You are not supposed to use academic versions of software for commercial ventures. The whole point of giving it to a student is so they can learn and become "fans" of the company. In that way they help out education and get free advertising.

Abs

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