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Which 3D soft to integrate into next?

Modo
150 (30.9%)
Rhino
50 (10.3%)
Any CAD software (comment which one)
38 (7.8%)
Lightwave
49 (10.1%)
Vue
10 (2.1%)
Exporter Blender -> Corona standalone
76 (15.7%)
Maya
51 (10.5%)
Houdini
61 (12.6%)

Total Members Voted: 483

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2019-02-19, 23:03:22
Reply #285

actrask

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^^^

+1 Sketchup

Would it be possible to run Corona/Sketchup on a Chromebook Pixel or Macbook?

2019-03-07, 15:23:48
Reply #286

gpz

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2019-03-16, 14:04:39
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francesco pretelli

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2019-03-21, 09:11:48
Reply #288

velski

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I think Revit would be perfect

2019-04-14, 05:57:30
Reply #289

baritskiy

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Modo.  Only Modo. The best renderer + the best software for modelling = HAPPINESS!

2019-04-14, 18:06:51
Reply #290

gaia

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Houdini indie, because this is the  best powerfull low cost 3d software for freelances.

2019-04-14, 20:31:59
Reply #291

Noah45

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Corona to Unreal (seamlessly, IDK) Would love a Corona Interface for Unreals weird interface
Retail Designer/ Illustrator  (for ever' 80's )
3DMax 2019/Corona Version: 3DB/ latest

2019-04-17, 07:48:31
Reply #292

schelkov

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Any news for Maya?

2019-04-17, 09:01:04
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Philip kelly

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UNREAL
Dell Precision T7910

Yesterday at 11:13:23
Reply #294

ivoslav

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it would be perfect if it works with Maya - our Studio starts with Arch. Viz and we dont want to change to Max.

Regards,
Ivo