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Monday, April 1, 2002
Maya Prices Come Tumbling Down
9:50 AM | Tristram Perry | Comment on this story

Canadian software company Alias/Wavefront has drastically reduced the price of it's two 3D animation software packages. Starting April 4th, the retail cost for both Maya Complete and the expanded version, Maya Unlimited 3d have fallen to $1,999 and $6,999 respectively. Although these new reduced prices may still seem steep, the previous cost for each package was $7500 and $16,000 respectively.

The preferred 3D software package of 3DF artists everywhere, according to the company, Maya for Mac OS X was released in September of 2001 and the free Maya Personal Learning Edition™ in February of this year.

AliasWavefront: Maya Price Drop

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