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Old 12-05-2003, 04:21 PM   #1
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which one is better maya or 3dmax lightwave autocad ive seen lots of good images on 3d max?which one is better and why?:banana:
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.. what I suggest is check out this forum, there are alot of discussion on "what is better"..... This is a maya forum so... Maya is the Best !!!
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They all get the job done. It's really about the user.
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Yeah...they all do the same thing, only in diffrent ways.

I find Maya interface better to nav around. And it's more customizable. I guess that helps my work.

Some say that Maya is the all around better software.
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i love Nitro's answer
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I love Maya, I've used everything from Raydream to Ashlar-Vellum, and really I'm the most productive and creative in Maya. And besides, we have great maya communities like these!
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