[ #Autodesk #Toxik #MatchMover ] According to CG Channel , Autodesk is gonna release its legacy compositing and match-moving software Tox...
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Toxik developed by Autodesk, MatchMover acquired with RealViz in 2008, both are bundled with 3ds Max and Maya but they are no longer actively developed, the former under the name Autodesk Composite. The two will become available “in a week or two” without a EULA – and presumably, without support in Autodesk Exchange Apps
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