3ds Max is a powerful 3D modeling and animation solution used by game developers, visual effects artists, and graphic designers to create massive worlds, stunning scenes, and engaging virtual reality (VR) experiences.
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Installation restrictions applySee more
Software licensed through Education Community by students or educators may only be installed on the student’s or educator’s personal computer or devices. Software licensed through Education Community by educational institutions may only be installed on the educational institution’s computers or devices.
Installation includes the Autodesk Genuine ServiceSee more
Installation includes the Autodesk Genuine Service, which tests for certain types of non-genuine Autodesk software. Read FAQ.
Managing licenses for multiple campusesSee more
If you need to manage licenses across multiple campuses or schools, such as for a large school district, please see this article for options.
Additional steps required for educational institutionsSee more
Information about how educational institutions can download, install, and activate software obtained through the Autodesk Education Community. Learn more
If you need to create a multi-user (networked) license, please follow this article.
You cannot download the product on this device, but you can email yourself the link to download it later on your PC or Mac.
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Qualified Educational Institutions may access free educational licenses for the purposes of learning, teaching, training, research and development that are part of the instructional functions performed by the educational institution. Learn more.