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Try to explain this.
>buy all of your software or else you will get blacklisted by the 3d police that are CIA*2
Lets add it up, shall we?
>been pirating music since Napster, never been caught. Have not bought a cd since 1998. Estimated amount of piracy: $250,000
>been pirating movies and tv shows since 2003. Have not ever paid for a dvd since 2003. Estimated amount of piracy: $2,000,000
Now, Im going to use 3d products for commmercial work and not give a fuck. The total cost will be autoderp maya $3k.
Moralfags, please explain to me why I should give any fucks at all about this. Seriously. Its laughable.
Testing the waters, please read
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Hello /3/, I'm a high school student (yes high school) and I am interested in taking up 3D design as a hobby (A serious one), and to eventually enter myself in the 201X First Robotics Competition in Design. I'm 17 and in my sophomore year (I have 2 years left in high school is what I’m trying to say) and I want to honestly give this a shot, but sadly in high school, there are no "3D design courses" or "3D design workshops".... well actually there are several CAD design workshops, but those won't be of much help (or will they be?). I looked into taking some community college courses in 3D design, but their "Arts" program is underfunded, hence a lack of any sort of art course, aside from an Adobe CS4&5 course. So this leaves me with 2 (1) option(s), pay thousands of dollars for some 3-5 day classes at an Autodesk certified training center (This option is actually not on the table because I can't afford that, nor can any student unless they get a student loan), or I can start "Testing the waters" now, and try to pick up some skills before I graduate. So I am asking you guys for advice/opinions. May it be tutorial video series (ones that I can do day by day or at a pace that I can still get my work done), advice/opinions on what software to begin with (Right now I use Mudbox I love it's uncluttered layout, and to be honest, all the buttons in 3dsmax, and Maya scare me), advice/opinions on an animation/design work flow (I'm interested in using CryEngine 3 for the animation itself because of its real time applications, but I am open to suggestions for alternatives). My PC as it is right now is powerful enough to run all these things without a hitch, and will be for a while (if you want to know the specs just ask). So if anyone is willing to help me out, or talk to me about this, it would be much appreciated.
For a demo of what some of the groups in this competition are doing, watch some of the videos listed here http://students.autodesk.com/?nd=frc2012_awards.
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I realize this isn't autodesk support, but because I have a student license, they refuse to help me.
I want to uninstall add ons and components of inventor, like the server engine.
The issue is, trying to do so via the programs and tools menu of the control panel doesn't help, as it asks me to insert a disc with the setup files.
Running the setup for inventor to unstiall the things only asks me to uninstall inventor itself.
Running the invcleanup uninstall tool only lists the mat libraries, the quick uninstaller, and inventor itself to uninstall.
What do I fucking do to access the menu where I can install or remove add ons and shit?