WHAT'S NEW IN MARI 1.3?
- Ptex - Per-Face Texture Mapping
- Displacement Preview *
- Environment Mapping
- Tiled textures
Complete details and video at the Foundry!
- For more information on this service pack, please visit the Autodesk Softimage Services & Support page.
The full list of fixes is as follows:
FELX-1993: Scene Corruption and Failed Imports Using Models Containing Corrupted Materials
FELX-1991: Repair Shader corruption for previously persisted scenes
IMPORTANT: If problems still occur when working with external material libraries, change them to be internal.
Also included are the fixes that are found in HOTFIX 1 and 2 which addressed the following issues:
FELX-1702: Disconnected shaders when importing Referenced Model
FELX-1651: Scene Corruption due to Material
FELX-785: 3rd party renderers crash on Linux
FELX-670: Custom renderer DirtyList isn't cleared properly
FELX-120: UVunfold fails to load when in suite license mode
FELX-88: Scene corruption - Softimage crashes when you try to load scene after saving it
UDEV00258435: Saved scene is corrupt
| new release! version 2.6 for mocha, mocha Pro & mocha AE |
improved Nuke support, faster tracking & stability improvements
New point release for all current mocha products:
· Upgrade is free to all customers with a valid mocha v2.x, mocha Pro, and mocha AE v2.5 license or support contract.
Service Pack 1
Mudbox 2012 Service Pack 1 addresses stability issues, performance issues with the Freeze brush, interaction issues with Wacom® tablets, and other fixes across several areas including the Grab tool and file import/export operations.
Be sure to delete your Mudbox Settings before install (find them in your ......DocumentsMudbox12-x64settings directory for WIN 64)
Grab it here:
Release Notes (with bug fix list):
- Craig Barr on the Autodesk Area |The MudRoom
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