i3DTutorials™ releases, “Introduction to Rendering in 3dsMax 2009”
Miami, FL – June 2008 – i3DTutorials™, an Autodesk Authorized Publisher, announces their latest training product for 3dsMax 2009, "Introduction to Rendering in 3dsMax 2009". This latest offering from the growing i3DTutorials™ library of 3dsMax training products, introduces newcomers to rendering and lighting with Autodesk’s award winning computer animation software. “Introduction to Rendering in 3dsMax 2009” teaches a new generation of 3dsMax artists how to take advantage of powerful rendering and lighting features. Some highlights of this training product include direct lighting, rendering tools, sun and daylight systems, photometric lighting, using the powerful Light Tracer and Radiosity tools to make photo realistic renders, and much more. With over three hours of training, artists learning 3dsMax 2009 will be able to take advantage of one of the most popular 3d software packages of the computer animation and game development industries.
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i3DTutorials™ is a digital content creation training company focused on creating the latest cutting edge training material for a broad range of computer graphics software. With a growing library of training titles for the most popular software, i3DTutorials™ is one of only a few companies creating hi-end training material for SOFTIMAGE|XSI® and Autodesk software. With an emphasis on teaching industry techniques, i3DTutorials™ has training products designed for hobbyists, professionals, students, and professors. i3DTutorials™ training products cover a wide array of topics and features within computer graphics that are designed to have even students creating hi-end professional projects. For more information about i3DTutorials™, please visit www.i3DTutorials.com
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