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Pixar's OpenSubdiv Presentation

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Date Added: 14th December 2012
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Grady719 on Sun, 16 December 2012 5:15am
How do I install the Open SubDiv to Maya 2013 on a MAC. I am not a programmer and need this source code compiled. Please help!!
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ClassicGamer-3DT (Forums) on Thu, 13 December 2012 3:51pm
This is why Pixar are the masters of their field, the brainpower that goes into this kind of thing it just astounds me, they are at heart mathematical artists...... and what's so great is it's open source :)
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