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Maya 2018

Postby calus » Fri Jul 28, 2017 8:35 am

calus Fri Jul 28, 2017 8:35 am
@Bikram,
Maya 2018 is already out for subscription,
as far as I can test, this is a very solid release with many performance/stability improvement and an impressive number of Maya bug fixed.
There is a new Maya API that will prevent the need of recompilation for third party plugins in future Maya versions,
but for now we still need a new Octane plugin for Maya 2018.

Pay attention that in Maya 2018, the legacy default viewport and the legacy high quality viewport have been removed,
so all Octane features must support viewport 2.0.
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Re: Maya 2018

Postby BK » Mon Jul 31, 2017 1:11 am

BK Mon Jul 31, 2017 1:11 am
calus wrote:@Bikram,
Maya 2018 is already out for subscription,
as far as I can test, this is a very solid release with many performance/stability improvement and an impressive number of Maya bug fixed.
There is a new Maya API that will prevent the need of recompilation for third party plugins in future Maya versions,
but for now we still need a new Octane plugin for Maya 2018.

Pay attention that in Maya 2018, the legacy default viewport and the legacy high quality viewport have been removed,
so all Octane features must support viewport 2.0.



Hi Calus,

Thank you very much for all the great info. Yes, we have logged a request on our tracking system. We will keep everyone update as soon as we start working on it.
Kind Regards

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