Animating in Maya is easier and faster with new features such as Time Editor. (video: 2:31 min.)
Arnold integrated with Maya
Use Arnold RenderView to view scene changes in real time, including lighting, materials, and camera. (video: 1:37 min.)
Motion Graphics toolset
Quickly create complex procedural effects and animations with instanced objects. (video: 3:51 min.)
Interactive grooming workflow (XGen)
Intuitive brush-based grooming tools give you greater control and accuracy for styling and posing hair and fur. (video: 1:33 min.)
UV editor workflow, look, and feel
The UV Editor interface has been overhauled, and includes a new UV Toolkit with better tools and functionality.
Clump modifier for interactive grooming
Generate realistic clumping effects in hair and fur for more natural-looking hair.
After Effects live link
Create a live link between Maya and Adobe® After Effects® to make real-time changes and view scenes simultaneously.
Additional MASH nodes
The MASH toolset gives you new nodes (curve, signal, world, placer, and more), as well as updates to existing nodes.
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