Adding to an already robust toolset for modeling, animation, lighting, and effects, Maya® software now has a fully integrated 3D motion graphics toolset. Based on the MASH plugin, the new 3D motion graphics toolset in Maya makes it easy and fun for motion graphic designers and artists to create 3D motion graphics. Try Maya free for 30 days
See how it works
Maya for motion graphics
Learn more about the new motion graphics toolset in Maya, and how it works, in this detailed demonstration. (video: 12:59 min.)
3D Type allows artists to create easily editable, non-destructive, multi-line, deformable type. (video: 11:04 min.)
Improved vector graphics support
Now you can import or copy/paste SVG files into Maya. Enhanced SVG support enables interoperability with vector-based 2D design applications. (video: 7:16 min.)
Learn how to create motion graphics in Maya
These tutorials will show you how easy it is to get started with the motion graphics toolset in Maya animation, modeling, simulation, and rendering software.
Maya tutorials playlist from Mainframe
This Vimeo playlist has motion graphics tutorials for Maya by the creators of MASH, Mainframe.
Watch motion graphics designer Scott Pagano in this Lynda.com tutorial. He covers the main nodes, one by one, and shows examples with particles and dynamic 3D type.
Free motion graphics presets
Here are just a few of the 3D motion graphics presets that are available for free on Creative Market.
Abstract designs using the motion graphics toolset in Maya, created by world renowned visual and design director Bradley G Munkowitz aka GMUNK. Download now.
Broadcast in motion
A variety of animation using different nodes in the motion graphics toolset in Maya. From Jeff Sargeant. Download now.
Future UI fun, vol. 5
Fun futuristic UI using the motion graphics toolset in Maya, created by Klaudio Ladavac. Download now.
How Mainframe uses Maya to stay ahead
Mainframe, a UK-based VFX and motion graphics studio, created the 3D motion graphics toolset in Maya. Watch Mainframe’s presentation from NAB 2016 and find out why they’re so excited about the new motion graphics toolset.