AutoDesk 3D Studio Max 2012 (32-bit/64-bit) Full Free Download

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Autodesk 3ds Max (formerly 3D Studio Max ) is a program for creating 3D graphics and animation developed by Autodesk , namely the divisionAutodesk Media & Entertainment (formerly Discreet). Originally created by the Yost Group for Autodesk, went on sale for the first time in 1990 forDOS .

3ds Max, with its architecture based on plugins , is one of the most 3D animation programs used, especially for the creation of video games, television commercials, architecture or movies.

Meanwhile, the developer Tom Hudson, another pillar of Yost Group, from 1982 to 1985 had been working for another magazine in the world regarding Atari: ANALOG Computing . He had been doing a bit of everything in the small group that had the journal: writing articles, creating games and other programs. In 1984 he published one of these programs, a small 3D renderer: Solid States.In August 1985 and left the ANALOG magazine published shortly after two other programs for the Atari ST that were quite successful among users of Atari: DEGAS and DEGAS elite, both programs for kids. Reviving the interest Tom Hudson had by graphics in 3D , Solid States adapted its program for the Atari ST (originally developed for the Atari 8-bit, Atari 400 and Atari 800).Shortly afterwards made ​​what would be his first program for Antic. CAD-3D 1.0, and Gary Yost since focused on the development of graphic software 

While Tom Hudson and Gary Yost were planning CAD-3D, Mark Kimball, a programmer and hardware ingenieron, who worked for Tektronix in Oregon, was developing 3D glasses for the Atari ST using the DEGAS program. Mark Kimball made ​​contact with Tom Hudson and finally Antic magazine sell a version of the glasses that could be used with the second version of CAD-3D (with Tektronix as a producer of the glasses). The next challenge that emerged was to create small animated sequences. But they had the problem of the reduced RAM Atari ST had. However, Mark Kimball devised a solution: Cyber ​​Smash, an application that ran the compression process of animation. Now what was missing was a program that could reproduce those rendered animations, for CAD-3D could not. Gary Yost hired Mark for him to do: Cybermate. The end result of this period was the continuous innovations to market in early 1987 Package The Cyber ​​Studio which brought CAD-3D 2.0 and Cybermate together. Shortly after the 512 Spectrum program, a drawing program that used the atari 512 colors and also Cyber ​​Control, a program that increased the chances by scrips animation was added. Meanwhile, Gary Yost was looking for a way to improve the animations produced by CAD-3D text and other effects. The result of this search was Cyber ​​Paint. Finally, three important applications to the Cyber ​​family added: Cyber ​​texture, 3D photos that transformed geometries; Cyber ​​VCR, which exported the animations to video tape, through the interface Sony CTL-L, and finally Cyber Sculpt, an application for creating and editing complex geometries for CAD-3D 2.0. 

The large product development The Cyber ​​Studio was not lost on the company Autodesk, creators of the program AutoCAD , and in early 1988, Eric Lyons, director of New Technologies Autodesk managed to convince Gary Yost to work for them developing a style program The Cyber ​​Studio to write the “AutoCAD 3D animation.” Gary Yost, with Tom Hudson and Jack Powell, to which was added shortly after Dan Silva, was the group responsible for developing the 3D Studio.

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