thinkingParticles 6.7

Countless blockbuster movies and projects depend on thinkingParticles' limitless ability to recreate advanced physics-based particle effects fully procedural and rule-based.

Now with Subscription Drop 7, the latest Update of thinkingParticles, offered for free to all full Subscription users in good standing. Cebas Visual Technology keeps its promise of delivering continual upgrades and enhancements.

Multi-Physics simulation has never been better and more advanced; fluid simulations and rigid body interactions have been optimized and resemble real world physics behaviour. Surprisingly, improving thinkingParticles simulation accuracy has no penalty and what you see is what you get with amazingly fast simulation times. Drop 7 delivers greater Procedural Volumetric Controls and Shape Operators. TP 6.7 enhances SPH Solver offers great stability.

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Complete Real Deal Visual Effects: thinkingParticles 6.7

It is a well known secret within the Visual Effects industry, that 3ds Max and thinkingParticles combined, serves up a killer application to beat any other visual effects production pipeline out there in the market - plain and simple. Nothing compares: Quality, Speed and Return of Investment when you go for a 3ds Max/thinkingParticles FX pipeline. Continuous updates and free enhancements empower our professional vfx artists to stay at the cutting edge of competition.
thinkingParticles 6.7 packs more in with even greater speed and flexibility - Fluids/waves; OpenVDBShape (multi-threaded), SurfaceForce, WaterLevel, ShapeCutter Operators are the highlights of Drop 7, plus several powerful Geo and Fluid/RBD particle generators. At a fraction of the cost, a complete visual effects package offering state-of-the-art tools in every possible areas of procedural visual effects. Scroll to see Drop 7 key features now available.
- SurfaceForce
- WaterLevel
- FlowSolver 6.7
- OpenVDB Shape
- ShapeDeform
- Volume Diffusion
- PselCollect/PSelection
- ShapeCutter

Compatibility

  • 3ds Max 2019
  • 3ds Max 2018
  • 3ds Max 2017