Katz, S.D.
August 2003
Millimeter;Aug2003, Vol. 31 Issue 8, p55
Trade Publication
Product Review
Introduces the computer software on 3D animation and visual function developed by Discreet Software in the U.S. Features of the software; Specifications of the program; Introduction of a workflow. INSET: 3DS MAX 6.


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