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Blender (32bit) 2.71

Blender Foundation - 47.2MB (Freeware)

Version: 2.71

Size: 47.2MB

Date Added: Jun 26, 2014

License: Freeware

Languages: English

Publisher: Blender Foundation

Website: http://www.blender.org/

OS: Windows XP SP3/ Vista/ Windows 7/ Windows 8

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Blender is an extremely powerful, cross-platform 3D graphic tool. It comes with multitude of powerful features for editing, rendering, 3d modeling, animation, and playback. Discover the wide toolset available in Blender, defining a complete pipeline (from modeling to sequence editing) controlled by a flexible and consistent user interface.

Blender Main Features:

Game engine
The game engine is fully integrated with the shading and rigging system, it features a very powerful visual logic programing system, python scripting capabilities, bullet physics and state of the art graphics.

Render baking
Blender's render pipeline supports rendering to UV texturemaps; ambient occlusion, normals, displacement, color, shadows and full render can be baked.

Map UV and ID Mask
Mesh objects with UV co-ordinates can be saved in a render pass, and used in the Compositor as input to remap textures. ID Mask node converts a number from an Object Index pass to an anti-aliased alpha mask.

Vertex Color Node
For node materials, the Geometry node contains a Vertex Color name field to access non active vertex color layers.

Sculpt Mode
Sculpt is a mode for editing Mesh objects. Unlike Edit Mode, the model's shape is manipulated with various brushes, rather than by editing individual vertices, edges, and faces.

Imaging
Advanced Imaging system featuring MultiLayer image read/write integrated in all editors and Flipbook playback for compositing, sequences or movie files.

3D object
Supports numerous 3D object formats including meatballs, vector fonts, polygon meshes, and more.


Version 2.71

Cycles Rendering
  • Cycles now includes support for rendering volume textures, fire and smoke, deformation motion blur, baking textures from cycles materials, more texture interpolation modes and a dedicated UV layer node.
Animation
  • More easing equations added to the IPO editor for better animation control, locking time to other windows is again possible, auto snapping is now independent from display type.
  • The user interface now offers more feedback, especially on errors, updates driver expressions automatically on editing, includes more icons and offers more editing tools.
  • New tools also include lasso selection support, non-linked duplication for strips, and setting preview range based on selected strips.
Modelling
  • The new per-face normals feature allows Blender to display and export sharp edges correctly without geometry duplication.
  • In addition, selection tools offer more options.
Sculpting/Painting
  • New features include a HSL color wheel for color selection and tools to handle homogenous density in dynamic topology sculpting.
  • Dyntopo and matcap display for sculpt mode have also had performance optimizations.
Game Engine
  • UI to deactivate logic bricks, multi-threaded animations, shadows-only materials and more action layers are among the new features for the game engine
Freestyle NPR Rendering
  • Freestyle has been upgraded with textured stroke support. Textured stroke support makes it possible to apply patterns to the lines and simulate rough surfaces or different kinds of brush tips for the strokes themselves.
  • Line sorting also gives artists more control over the order of line drawing
User Interface
  • Interface features include new icons for texture painting, resizeable preview widgets and draggable popups.
More Features
  • More control for curve bevelling, explicit shadow cast control for Blender internal materials, new distortion model for motion tracking and better handles for mask editors.
Feature Videos
  • Look at many of the above features in the Blender Developer Sneak Peeks - a video podcast series that showcases important milestones in the development of every Blender release.
Addons
Bug Fixes

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