How to Use Redshift Proxies with MASH in Maya

18.01.2019
Jack Davies Marketing Manager
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In this 3D video tutorial, Joe shows you how to use Redshift Proxies with MASH in Maya. 

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In this tutorial, Joe shows you how to:

  • Export the Redshift proxy properly to work with MASH
  • Import and instance the proxy tree to create a forest type scene
  • Set up a MASH network that has controllable object placement using UV map
Redshift is a leading GPU render software provider, part of the MAXON family. Redshift is a high-performance production-quality renderer that supports biased rendering techniques for incredibly fast, noise free renders.
Maya is a popular 3D modelling program, well-known for its ease of use when creating realistic animations and effects. It allows users to apply modelling layers to give a free-form approach to 3D animation. As an Autodesk product, it seamlessly integrates with other great plugins, such as Phoenix FD, Yeti and XGen.

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