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OpenSubdiv support

With support for OpenSubdiv, you can represent subdivision surfaces using the OpenSubdiv libraries open-sourced by Pixar.

The libraries incorporate technology from Microsoft Research and are designed to take advantage of both parallel CPU and GPU architectures. 

The result is faster in-viewport performance for meshes with high subdivision levels.

  • See the effects while you edit or pose your models. Increase efficiency without sacrificing quality.
  • Reduce guesswork when animating models and shorten production times with efficient smooth surface representation.
  • Create complex topology more quickly by taking advantage of efficient crease modeling workflows with CreaseSet modifier and Crease Explorer.
  • Easily transfer your models to and from certain packages that support OpenSubdiv using FBX asset exchange technology and achieve a consistent appearance.
OpenSubdiv support: create complex topology