What happened with Adobe Fuse? Error 403

Community Beginner ,
Jan 29, 2021 Jan 29, 2021

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What happened to the program? I wanted to export a character to the Maximo site, but it did not work. In Adobe support did not help me sent me to the forum. What does it mean? The program doesn't work anymore? What to do?

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LEGEND ,
Jan 29, 2021 Jan 29, 2021

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Fuse is dead thats what happened

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Jan 31, 2021 Jan 31, 2021

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What a bunch of jerks.  Going the way of every pay-for-play software conglomerate *except for* Unreal engine.  Your only hope now is to scrounge together money for Realvision's Character Creator.  Which is amazing, and more intuitive than Fuse.  But I also lament the passing of Fuse as well.

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Unreal (Unity for Mac user) is ok for learning on the cheap but yes Iclone \ Realvision is a much better system and you can bring your old Fuse characters into it... if money is that tight you can pick up edu or verson 6 copies for peanuts

 

Adobe was never going to put any real effort into Fuse because 3D is a Windows only system and they just wanted the staff so 5 years free access form a US Mac company is pretty good... most would have just tossed it in the bin on day 1 of the take over

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