23 comments on “Softimage 2012 SAP Win64

  1. ..hey, please, where’s the SAP 2012 for SOFtimage 32 Bits version ?

  2. why do I get a cookie from the Autodesk site (area.autodesk.com) when opening the fileserve pages?

  3. confusion: this picture created in Houdini…

    http://www.sidefx.com/images/stories/profiles/cloudy/cloudy_field.jpg

  4. Thank you a lot

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  5. Is Soft Image used heavily in the US? I am in school, and my teacher wants me to model in soft image. Says its close to Modo. I was told that Maya was most important now a days, and then 3DS max. I am more familiar with maya and modo than anything else. I am trying to do Particle effects and dynamics. Should I try and pick up Soft image? Or should i focus my energy on Maya? I apologize if anyone is offended by my asking this.

    • truthfully, the more you know, the more employable you are. I use mostly Maya and Softimage. I learned Maya first and we use it at work, but I also had to learn Softimage a few years ago and I like it far more than Maya. I also had to learn 3ds max, but I hate it.
      But the point is, instead of deciding one or the other, you should make every effort to become proficient in both.
      As for particle effects and dynamics, right now Softimage with ICE and Lagoa and Syflex, (and now even Bullet physics) is far ahead of anything Maya or max have.
      Softimage isn’t used as heavily in the US as Maya or 3ds max, but it is still used, and as I said, the more programs you know, the better off you are.

    • It’s more of an industry you have to look on. A large percentage of games is made within 3ds Max, movies are using Maya. But that said.. all the other programs are equally used, for all things. One company uses, 3-4 programs and uses them for their unique qualities. example could be. Softimage for modeling, maya for animation, zbrush for sculpting, houdini for fire & fluid effects. If you are aiming for a company, ask them what package they use. But for now I would select the one you learn the fastest with as a student, and then learn another software package, next to or after your done. I’ve done Softimage, and know Maya & zbrush after that. But switching package isn’t that hard, when you know the steps, like extruding and splitting edges, then it’s just a matter of finding the tool in the other program. But the trick is to KNOW what you want to do 🙂 then the rest is a piece of cake.

  6. here is the torrent,

    http://cgpeers.com/torrents?id=6621

    3D student.. to be honest with you, I have worked on the 3 applications, 3DS Max, Maya and Softimage they all can do the same thing, but each one with its own technique, and each one has something special and it’s very good in it, such as in 3DS Max, its power in architecture issues…
    I think it’s better to read more about each application, its advantages and disadvantages… then you can make your decision ..

  7. Thanks alot for replying! We started learning Lightwave and Modo last year. Now the teacher wants us to learn Soft image, Maya, and Max this semester. I am pretty much ok when it comes to modeling in all of these programs. I try to learn a little Houdini on the side, and im comfortable modeling with it. I talked to a old friend that works at DD, and he was saying that knowing Maya is crucial if you want to get steady work out there in California. THen there’s other software’s like Realflow, C4D, and Houdini that are used by fewer people, but they always get good steady work coming in. Up north where im at, it seems like people get jobs with whatever the company has. THere is no 1 software that is used more than others. I have decided to Model with Modo, animate with Maya, and get into Houdini and Soft Image after my thesis is done, or maybe try to fit them in somewhere in the project. Thanks alot guys! Any more feedback is great too.

    • MODO and very good with easy and intuitive GUI .For architecture modeling its perfect ,because of its precision tools , scripts , macros ,etc..Particularly ,i prefer XSI-Softimage and would highly recommend to you Vitaly Bulgarov tutorials for Modeling(especially hardsurface), he is a leading expert on modeling in XSI-Softimage.

  8. sorry to be an idiot but…
    the licencing activation window is asking for serial number and product key but the Xforce exe is offering me an activation code, any idea what i’m doing wrong?

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