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Autodesk releases Toxik, Mudbox, Stitcher for Mac

updated 11:20 pm EST, Tue January 6, 2009

Autodesk adds to Mac line

Autodesk has released Mac OS X versions of its 2D and 3D design software Toxik, Mudbox and Autodesk ImageModeler. Company officials tell MacNN the Mac is making great gains in the creative community, spurring demand for more titles to complement its venerable 3D Modeling software Maya and photo-panorama creator Stitcher Unlimited.

Previously available for Windows only, Toxik digital compositing software is aimed at feature film and broadcast production; it is expected to be released in March. Mudbox 2009 -- a painting, texturing and retouching tool for artists and 3D modelers -- will be released next month. The third new Mac title, Autodesk ImageModeler 2009, generates 3D models from photographs. Due to be released in March, the software is used by architechs, designers, and film producers to create photorealistic models.

Toxic will sell for $3500, Mudbox for $750 and Image Modeler for $1000. All three titles require an Intel-based Mac running Mac OS X Leopard.









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  1. coffeetime

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    wonder

    I wonder if they ever going to port 3ds Max, their flagship software, for the Mac.

  1. applenut1

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    3ds max?

    I believe their flagship software is AutoCAD....

  1. ZubZero

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Softimage

    They even bought there best Software ever. XSI. They always do this. Lets see if there is something else... ahhhh, Cinema 4D, ZBrush or Modo. Who else... Is there anybody who can kick Autodesk´s b...


  1. coffeetime

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    3ds max

    You're right. I totally forget about their CAD programs. CAD programs never darn on me because I use Cinema 4D.

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