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General question here: What would you say is the best program for 3D animation specifically?

I'm most familiar with Maya for building and I've animated some simple things with it, but lots of it seems really unintuitive, maybe just because I haven't used it enough but it's hard to tell. I've used Flash a ton, and that makes sense to me, but I don't feel confident animating in Maya yet. Are there any good alternatives I should be looking at?

I might just be a noob, but it seems really strange to me how maya automatically puts easing into every movement by default. I just want things to be organized and put together in a logical and manageable way.
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ohlookitsthisthreadagain.

There is no 'best program'.
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>>541166
YES THERE IS DAMMIT

It's an illusive answer but I know it exists
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>>541169
old modo from 2012-13 for modelling, zbrush for sculpting, maya for animating



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