The Quixel team announced the latest version of Quixel Bridge is now live!
The Quixel team announced the latest version of Quixel Bridge is now live! A host of new integrations and under-the-hood improvements, Bridge 2018.5 brings major features to further improve the way users manage, import, and export their content.
This release is said to come with an arsenal of Live Links to make your exports faster. The update brings new plugins for Autodesk 3ds Max, SideFX Houdini, Marmoset Toolbag, and improvements to the team’s Live Link for Autodesk Maya and Unity, available today.
Houdini Live Link
Here’s a taste of what is possible with Houdini Live Link:
Learn about the Quixel Bridge – Houdini Live Link here:
3ds Max Live Link
The team has rebuilt the 3ds Max Live Link from scratch with a new lightweight structure and updated support for Corona, Arnold, Octane, V-Ray, Redshift, and FStorm.
Marmoset Toolbag 3 Live Link
This release of Bridge also brings a full-fledged Live Link for Marmoset Toolbag 3 for an incredibly easy workflow for creating scenes, iterating ideas, or prototyping environments within this mesmerizing real-time renderer:
Maya Live Link
The Maya Live Link is said to get its first major update with Bridge 2018.5. “Redshift, Arnold, and V-Ray have all been updated to the latest version, and their displacement workflows have been dramatically improved”
Make sure to get learn more about the latest version here.