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Cloud integration

Integrations with Dropbox, A360 , and 123D apps let indie game teams more easily share game assets with each other through the cloud.

  • Browse and open files in certain cloud services directly through the Maya LT interface, making importing 3D assets easier.
  • When using Dropbox or A360, users can open, modify, and save their files back to the cloud.
  • Artists can open files created and saved in the 123D cloud storage service so that real-world items captured in 123D Catch or characters made in 123D Creature can be used as a starting point to make final game assets in Maya LT.