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Maya is developed by some of the most creative minds in the industry. Learn how their vision translates into every release of Maya, and how they’re empowering artists and studios around the world.
Visual effects and animation studios of all sizes use Shotgun production tracking software to stay connected to each other and to their projects. Here’s why you should try Shotgun.
Quickly see relevant task information in Maya with the new Shotgun panel.
Stay connected with your team—no matter where you are—with simple visual tools and mobile workflows.
Shotgun’s dedicated global support team is ready whenever you have questions.
Read a white paper about Parallel Maya, the technology behind the vastly improved animation performance in Maya. Or, watch that same paper—visualized—and see how Parallel Maya works.
Swedish VFX house Fido worked with director David Sandberg to transform his viral, crowd-funded project into an award-nominated short film. Keys to Fido’s success? Creativity, passion, and the ability to scale with Autodesk subscription.
"I think we doubled the amount [of Maya licenses] in a short period of time, which was a great way of not stopping the project or stopping the process."
—Claes Dietmann, Executive Producer
Kung Fury © Laser Unicorns 2015. Image courtesy of Fido.
This London-based VFX company won, in its first year in business, a British Academy Television Craft Award for its work on “The Day of the Doctor,” a special episode of the British science fiction TV show Doctor Who.
"All of our artists, in some form or another, know Maya and use Maya. . . . So if someone’s stuck or someone’s got some knowledge that another person hasn’t, we can share information very easily."
—Dom Alderson, Lead Lighting and Lookdev Artist
Doctor Who © BBC/BBC Worldwide 2015. Image courtesy of Milk VFX.