Introduction to Maya - Rendering in Arnold
This course will look at the fundamentals of rendering in Arnold. We'll go through the different light types available, cameras, shaders, Arnold's render settings and finally how to split an image into render passes (AOV's), before we then reassemble it i
# 1 29-01-2008 , 07:46 AM
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Mac Vs PC

Hey guys my laptop has been sent back and im trying to get a refund on it. What i want to know is what do you guys prefer Macs or Pcs?

I'm specing up the Mac Pro and it seems to have a higher performance compared to equivalent pcs that i can build myself for the price. However does maya run well on macs? i really dont want a PC either i hate windows... ive never got on with windows it just seems to easy to break, however my mac mini is a little beast (shame about the graphics on it!).

What are the advantages in having a pc over mac or vise versa..? There was quite a good article in the 3d world magazine this month that talks about macs in 3d and its sold it for me even more but i would appreciate your input.



# 2 29-01-2008 , 08:07 AM
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Ok, not to sound like a jerk, hehe, but not only is this the PERFECT troll thread subject, its also been asked WAY too much for TOO MANY yearsuser added image

ALWAYS please use the search feature first before asking such a volatile question.

Here are just a FEW results of that EXACT question from oldest to newest:

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