Global demand for high-quality entertainment—whether a bingeable TV show, a game you can get lost in for hours, or an immersive virtual experience—is exploding. To meet this growing demand and deliver beautiful work on time, you need powerful 3D tools and workflows in your pipeline.
Drawing from our experience collaborating with industry leaders, we're investing in advancing open data standards and innovation so you can continuously revolutionize your creative storytelling techniques. Industry innovation means you stay ahead of the ever-growing standards.
The M&E industry is being asked to raise the bar on performance and creativity: to do more with less. Autodesk AI is at the heart of the solution, allowing businesses to boost productivity, be more innovative, and more easily scale.
Our commitment to innovation inspires our investment in cutting-edge technologies.
Autodesk Flow connects people, workflows, and data across the entire production lifecycle from earliest concept to final delivery.
Open standards like USD in Maya and 3ds Max help studios optimize workflows and collaborate seamlessly between facilities.
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Bifrost makes it possible to create incredibly detailed simulations using visual programming.
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AI-powered tools in Flame automate complex compositing and retouching tasks, so you can focus on creative efforts.
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AI, open standards, and the cloud are disrupting how content is made. Producers, directors, VFX teams, animators, editors, and other stakeholders must adapt to the emerging reality of film, TV, and game production.
Autodesk is stepping forward as a partner in the future of data stewardship, platform infrastructure, and technological capabilities.
“We had to create complex visual effects with a lot of details in such a limited period… [Using Bifrost for Maya], we were able to create this imaginary scene and make it more realistic than reality itself.” —Jeon Byeong-geun, Lead Character TD
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“When you’re met with the challenge of a tiger that’s got wings or a giant centipede with a toothy maw, you need to start looking at things outside the box.” —Will Pryor, Head of Rigging & Creature FX
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“It’s an extremely gratifying process, developing a flat architectural sketch into a full 3D rendering that is iconic, emotive, and makes the client say, 'Wow!'” —Andrei Dolnikov, Founder and CEO
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Explore the different types of projects Autodesk software can be used for.
Bring complex CG characters and worlds to life for animated shows and feature films.
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Combine live-action footage and visual effects to create realistic characters, environments, and objects.
Create expansive worlds, realistic characters, and immersive experiences that delight game players.
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Produce beautiful architectural designs, custom interiors, and photorealistic product renderings.
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Learn about Marvel Studios’ transition to a virtual studio and how ShotGrid helped the team keep their boldest projects on track.
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Follow along as Rodeo FX’s lead rigger, Mathias Røyrvik, puts Maya’s latest rigging tools to the test on his Peaky Rhino character.
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Experience the Viking Age and the 18th and 20th centuries with this epic breakdown by 3D generalist and animator Thomas Berg.
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