Phoenix Maya Academic Lab 3 Year Term
  • Phoenix Maya Academic Lab 3 Year Term

Phoenix Maya Academic Lab 3 Year Term

$265.00

V-Ray for Schools, a minimum quantity of 6 licenses. Academic Lab offers the ability to mix and match to reach the minimum.

These Licenses will last three years complete with updates over that time period.

Please contact us by email or phone us at 1-816-525-0103 if your desired option is unavailable.


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Academic Institutions

Overview

Academic institutions, faculty staff, and students may use V-Ray Educational Licenses for school purposes. The Chaos Group policy is designed to meet the demand of high-quality V-Ray education as a path to a successful career. There is an option to mix and match options to achieve the minimum 6 total licences.

See how schools are using V-Ray in their curriculum.

V-Ray School Coursewares Provided by Chaos Group

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Eligibility

Any academic institutions which provide degree education, and are dedicated to teaching their enrolled students, are eligible to join the V-Ray Academic Program. These include public or private universities and colleges, junior colleges, elementary schools, middle schools, high schools, technical schools, and career schools.

The following products are available to educational institutions: V-Ray for Autodesk 3DS Max, V-Ray for Autodesk Maya, V-Ray for SketchUp, V-Ray for Rhino, V-Ray for Revit, V-Ray for MODO, V-Ray for Blender, V-Ray for Nuke, V-Ray Render node, Phoenix FD for 3ds Max, Phoenix FD for Maya, PdPlayer, VRScans

Pricing:

* Chaos Group’s Educational licenses provide the same functionality as commercial ones but can only be used for educational purposes. They should not be used for commercial (for-profit) work of any kind.

* To apply for educational pricing, academic institutions need to provide information about the institution’s academic status and accreditation.

* License upgrades included during the validity period. Prices do not include taxes.

The following three-year term licenses are available to educational institutions: 

V-Ray Academic license:V-Ray for 3ds MaxV-Ray for SketchUpV-Ray for RhinoV-Ray for MayaV-Ray for NUKEV-Ray for MODOV-Ray for RevitVRScansPdPlayer.

Phoenix FD Academic license :  Phoenix FD for 3ds MaxPhoenix FD for Maya

Phoenix FD for Maya

Phoenix FD is the all-in-one solution for accurately simulating the dynamics of several fluids. With Phoenix FD,equips VFX artists with the tools and the power to simulate fire, smoke, liquids, foam, ocean spray and more. Phoenix FD is the industry standard for fluids and is used in multiple television series such as Game of Thrones and The Flash, and is specifically designed for fast-paced, high quality production. Phoenix FD integrates seamlessly into Maya and is optimized to render with V-Ray.

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System Requirements


Please make sure that your system fulfills these requirements before installing Phoenix FD. Note that Phoenix FD is only supported for 64 bit operating systems and 64 bit versions of Maya. 

Phoenix FD for Maya comes in 2 build types - compatible with V-Ray 3 and V-Ray Next. If you don't have V-Ray, it does not matter at all which one you install - Phoenix would still be able to simulate, load, save and preview caches. If you do have V-Ray 3 or V-Ray Next, please take care to install a matching Phoenix build.

Note that reading textures during simulation, e.g. by Sources, Mappers, etc, would be faster if you also have V-Ray installed.

Windows

Processor Intel® Pentium ® IV or compatible processor with SSE4.2 support.
RAM 8 GB RAM and 8 GB swap minimum – recommended 32 GB or more RAM, 32 GB or more swap file
USB port Required for dongle licensing, USB 2.0 or newer
TCP/IP Only IPv4 is supported. IPv6 is currently not supported.
Chaos License Server 4.5.1 or later
V-Ray All V-Ray Next versions are supported, and the oldest supported V-Ray 3 is 3.60.05

 

The following table shows the versions of Autodesk Maya and operating systems on which Phoenix FD is supported. Note that Phoenix FD is only supported for 64 bit operating systems and 64 bit versions of Maya.

Version of Maya Supported Operating System
Maya 2017 Windows ® 7 SP1, Windows ® 8.1 and Windows ® 10 Professional
Maya 2018 Windows ® 7 SP1, Windows ® 8.1 and Windows ® 10 Professional
Maya 2019 Windows ® 7 SP1, Windows ® 8.1 and Windows ® 10 Professional
Maya 2020 Windows ® 7 SP1, Windows ® 8.1 and Windows ® 10 Professional

Linux

Processor Intel ® Pentium ® IV or compatible processor with SSE4.2 support.
RAM 8 GB RAM and 8 GB swap minimum – recommended 32 GB or more RAM, 32 GB or more swap file
USB port Required for dongle licensing, USB 2.0 or newer
TCP/IP Only IPv4 is supported. IPv6 is currently not supported.
V-Ray Oldest supported V-Ray Next is Update 1, and the oldest supported V-Ray 3 is 3.60.05

 

The following table shows the versions of Autodesk Maya and operating systems on which Phoenix FD is supported. Note that Phoenix FD is only supported for 64 bit operating systems and 64 bit versions of Maya.

Version of Maya Supported Operating System
Maya 2017 Red Hat ® Enterprise Linux® 6.5 and 7.2 WS, or CentOS 6.5 and 7.2
Maya 2018 Red Hat ® Enterprise Linux® 6.5 and 7.2 WS, or CentOS 6.5 and 7.2
Maya 2019 Red Hat ®  Enterprise Linux® 6.5 and 7.2 WS, or CentOS 7.2
Maya 2020 Red Hat ®  Enterprise Linux® 6.5 and 7.2 WS, or CentOS 7.2

 

 

Hardware Advice for Faster Simulating


Here's some tips to help make sure your Phoenix sims calculate as fast as possible.

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Bus speed Phoenix transfers huge amounts of data between memory and the CPU. The entire simulation grid gets processed tens to hundred times per simulation step, so the bus speed is the bottleneck in most simulations.
CPU speed Processor speed is more important than core count. Also, NUMA and multiprocessor architectures do not perform well with Phoenix. Simulating on one NUMA node is often faster than waiting for multiple nodes to synchronize.
Fast Storage Both large and small simulations take significant time just to write the cache files from the simulation and to read them back for the preview, so good storage speed can help decrease simulation times up to 30%. Turning off the preview for all grid and particle channels during large simulations could also help speed up the simulation.
GPU GPUs are currently only used for the GPU preview of fire/smoke simulations.

In order to run Phoenix FD for Maya, you need to have access to the License Server (installed on your machine or a connection to one over your network).

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