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Last edit: 30.Oct.2012, 23:58h

Small Intro of A:M

A small but very nice intro to A:M is given at Create-IT-NI. Have a look: Link to article
 
Last edit: 27.Oct.2012, 20:48h

Facebook

What should I say... Facebook, the "new" way to communicate... publicity for everybody and nobody can be reached... where in general nobody will really notice anybody there are now follower, likers and people very neatly arranged in circles... The price is to give your perosnal data and put up ...
 
Last edit: 27.Oct.2012, 20:47h

A:M Rendernodes

From now on it is no longer a problem to render with more than 4 cores at the same time using Animation:Master Netrender. Hash recently included a new offering which will enable you to buy additional cores for a very reasonable price: 4 additional cores for $10 10 additional cores for $15 25 ...
 
Last edit: 27.Oct.2012, 20:27h

Animation:Master Trial Version

Since 1998 there was no trial version for Animation:Master. In 2012 this has changed. From now on you can request a fully-functional trial version of Hash Animation:Master v17 at Hash.com which will enable you to use A:M for 14 days without any limitations. (you can even use the saved data in a ...
 
Last edit: 27.Oct.2012, 13:29h

Hash A:M v17 (2012) – Now available!

Finally A:M v17 is out and can be bought! The most impressive new features are: Retopology-tool for patch and polygon-models A:M Answers, an even easier way to access help data some massive speed increasemants and support for SSE3 and SSE4 Animation-Mode indicator (small but very helpful feature) ...
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