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e-on software opens up beta program for Maya and C4D Carbon Scatter plugin

e-on software is looking for Maya and C4D users to be beta testers for Carbon Scatter plugin

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e-on software has announced this week that after the successful release of Carbon Scatter for Autodesk 3ds Max, they will be releasing Carbon Scatter for Autodesk Maya and Maxon CINEMA 4D users very soon.

The company is therefore calling on CD4 and Maya users (on both Mac and Windows) to help them finalize plugin development by joining their internal beta program for Carbon Scatter.

What is Carbon Scatter?

For those C4D and Maya users not in the know, Carbon Scatter is e-on software’s plugin software tool that integrates e-on’s powerful EcoSystem algorithms directly into the host application, allowing users to populate native scenes with millions of instances, and render them within their renderer of choice.

01 - Carbon Scatter has powerful population technology, runs inside other 3D apps like Maya and Cinema 4D.

Notes on Carbon for Maya and C4D

  • Carbon Scatter will initially work with the mental ray and V-ray renders for Maya only
  • Carbon Scatter for CINEMA 4D will work with that program’s excellent native rendering engine
  • Carbon Scatter will work within Maya 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012 and C4D R 11.5 and R12 for 32 and 64-bit versions on Mac and Windows.

To learn more visit: www.e-onsoftware.com

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