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Autodesk Maya 2022
System Requirements:
  • Operating System Microsoft® Windows® 10
  • CPU 64-bit Intel® or AMD® multi-core processor with SSE4.2 instruction set
  • RAM 8 GB of RAM (16 GB or more recommended)
  • Disk Space 6 GB of free disk space for install
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About Autodesk Maya 2022

Maya 2022 helps CG artists work more effectively and collaboratively. Celebrating the introduction of tools for working with the USD format, this release also contains significant updates to the popular animation, rigging, and modeling tools. With support for the Python 3, the new versions of the Bifrost and MtoA extension modules have many new tools that will delight artists and technicians alike. Maya 2022 helps create limitless worlds, complex characters, and incredible effects.

What's new in Maya 2022.

You'll be more productive than ever! The update includes full USD integration, allowing artists to instantly load and edit large datasets and work with them using Maya tools. Significant changes also affected the tools for animation, rigging, and modeling.

USD is integrated into Maya.

The 3D data exchange platform Universal Scene Description (USD) improves collaboration because it is now fully integrated into Maya. You will be able to work with data directly using Maya's native tools and quickly load and edit massive datasets. Additional benefits of the update were the reliable work of references and non-destructive editing.

Python 3

Autodesk Maya 2022 on Windows and Linux operating systems now launches in Python 3 native mode. On Windows and Linux, Maya can still be run in Python 2 mode by following the instructions in the documentation.

Powerful animation tools.

Updates to the Animation Toolbox will make the animation process faster, with just a few clicks. The new Ghosting Editor shows you problem areas in your animation, which helps you determine where changes need to be made and evaluate animation between poses. Improvements have also been made to the Time Editor, including support for cached playback. Workflows are simplified and accelerated with new filters in the Graph Editor.

Modern rigging.

This release of the program introduces several procedural, topologically independent rigging tools:

  • Component Tags

  • Falloff deformers

  • EvalFalloff

  • Solidify Deformer

  • Morph Deformer

  • Always Draw on Top attribute

  • Skin Binding with Proximity Wrap

Community-inspired modeling updates.

Additions to the modeling toolset are designed to give you more control over your models. Geometry generation is possible procedurally thanks to the Sweep Mesh tool. Also, using this tool, you can quickly adjust attributes such as profile shape and size. Developers listen to user feedback, so several important ones have been implemented at the request of members of the Maya community.

Comfortable start.

Maya 2022 includes several user interface improvements to get started quickly and easily customize your workspace to suit your needs.

  • Smoother start

  • Launch preferences

  • Improved Script Editor

Fast and flexible rendering with Arnold 6.2.

Arnold is a powerful rendering engine that offers fast and flexible rendering options, allowing you to create images that meet your specific needs. You can control the level of detail, the shading and lighting, and even the atmosphere in your renderings.

Incredible simulations with Bifrost.

Bifrost (Autodesk Maya's new simulation engine) is great for creating physics-based simulations. With Bifrost, you can create simulations that look and behave exactly like the real world. Try this free lesson from SimplyMaya.com, for example.

Maya 2022
Bifrost Simulation in Maya

This release has become truly voluminous and rich in useful new features and improvements. Purchase Autodesk Maya 2022 directly from the ProCADis Store, and you get the most favorable terms and conditions.

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S.F., US
I've been using Maya since 2000, a year after it came out. It's disgustingly obvious at this point that now that we're all forced onto subscriptions for many years, the features they add each year are clearly not worth the tens of thousands of dollars we have to pay for 5 to 10 licenses. Those of you who haven't been around long enough on the 3D scene don't understand how much you're paying for so very little. Autodesk no longer have any motivation to give us anything substantial because if we don't pay them, then they terminate our ability to use their software. They cooked up this idea back in 2017, and it's been down hill ever since. We have no way to retaliate, other than to revert back to using version 2018 (the last perpetual license version). We now live in the age of software hell.