Udacity - Data Structures and Algorithms Nanodegree (2019)

Udacity - Data Structures and Algorithms Nanodegree (2019)

Udacity - Data Structures and Algorithms Nanodegree (2019)
WEBRip | English | MP4 | 1280 x 720 | AVC ~1280 Kbps | 29.970 fps
AAC | 126 Kbps | 44.1 KHz | 2 channels | 07:49:24 | 2.15 GB
Genre: Video Tutorial

In this course you will learn data structures and algorithms by solving 80+ practice problems. You will begin each course by learning to solve defined problems related to a particular data structure and algorithm. By the end of each course, you would be able to evaluate and assess different data structures and algorithms for any open-ended problem and implement a solution based on your design choices.

Solid Angle Houdini To Arnold v4.1.0 for Houdini (Win/Mac/Lnx)

Solid Angle Houdini To Arnold v4.1.0 for Houdini (Win/Mac/Lnx)

Solid Angle Houdini To Arnold v4.1.0 for Houdini (Win/Mac/Lnx) | 952 MB (Total)

Arnold for Houdini (or HtoA) provides a tight bridge to the Arnold renderer from within the standard Houdini interface, in a way that is familiar to both Houdini users and Arnold users in Maya or Softimage. It also enables smooth lighting workflows between Houdini and other DCC applications, since setups can be exported and shared.

Solid Angle Cinema4D To Arnold v2.5.2 For Cinema4D

Solid Angle Cinema4D To Arnold v2.5.2 For Cinema4D

Solid Angle Cinema4D To Arnold v2.5.2 For Cinema4D R18/R19/R20 (Win/Mac) | 601 MB (Total)

Arnold is an advanced Monte Carlo ray tracing renderer built for the demands of feature-length animation and visual effects. Originally co-developed with Sony Pictures Imageworks and now their main renderer, Arnold is used at over 300 studios worldwide including ILM, Framestore, MPC, The Mill and Digic Pictures. Arnold was the primary renderer on dozens of films from Monster House and Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs to Pacific Rim and Gravity. It is available as a standalone renderer on Linux, Windows and Mac OS X, and is accessible through plug-ins for Maya, Softimage, Houdini and Katana.