Updated Autodesk M&E offerings arrive

Focus is on interoperability, modern workflows, efficiency. Native support for Apple Silicon now in Maya.

Karen Moltenbrey

Pipelines and tools have evolved greatly over the years. Autodesk is keeping pace, adding new features and capabilities to its M&E portfolio of products, changes geared to modern artist  workflows. One major addition, this one to Maya, is for Apple M1 and M2 chip support. Bifrost and Arnold for Maya will support it too.  Autodesk is no newcomer to the M&E industry. Some of its offerings have been in existence for many years, while others are much newer. But, there’s a reason why Autodesk software can be found in almost every studio, large and small, whether for film, game, or

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