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The 'Softimage XSI Production Series DVD' videos previously available from from the Virtual Academic Software Trust are now available for easy access on Youtube.

Posted by Cryrid on May 7th, 2011
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Members AceMastermind and Rork at SI-Community have taken the time to compile and organize the training videos that used to accompany previous versions of Softimage XSI (and were available courtesy of VAST, the Virtual Academic Software Trust).

While some workflows have changed and improved over time (and other new features added), a lot of the information here is still valid and can be a big help to understanding Modtool 6 & 7, along with newer versions of Softimage.


Modeling

Selection

Manipulation

Components

General Modeling

Modifiers and Deformers

Surfaces and Curves

Object Tools


Texturing

Materials and Textures

Texture and Layer Editor




Animation

Animation Structures

Transformations

Animation Mixing

Sources and Clips

Shape Animation (morphing)

Working with Audio

Constraints

Skeletons and IK Solvers

Enveloping (skinning)

Character Rigs

Character Development Kit

Animating Deformations

Setups




Simulation

Rigid Body Dynamics

Rigid Body Dynamics Concepts

Rigid Body Dynamics Examples

Hair Concepts & Workflow

Hair Examples

Hair Optimization

Particle Introduction

Particle Concepts

Particle Examples


Rendering

Render Tree Basics

Render Tree Techniques

Creating Effects with the Gradient Shader

Elliptical Filtering

Bump Mapping

Lighting

Final Gathering

Render Passes Explained

Render Passes in Use

Antialiasing and Adaptive Sampling

Motion Blur

BSP Tree

Rendermap: Concept and Examples

Rendermap: Extracting Normal Maps

Rendermap: High Resolution Maps

Displacement Maps

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Darkbladecr
Darkbladecr May 8 2011, 7:37am says:

Woah... tutorial heaven!

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