About Blender 2.67
Blender is a integrated creation suite that can be used for the creation of interactive 2D and 3D content including modeling, UV unwrapping, texturing, rigging, skinning, animation, particle, particle and rendering.
First time users are encouraged to read the Blender Quickstart page which highlights several beginner tutorials
Features of Blender 2.67
- Boolean mesh functions, Python scripting access for custom tools, etc.
- Non-linear animation mixer with automated walkcycles along paths, vertex key framing for morphing with controlling sliders, character animation pose editor, audio playback, mixing and editing support for sound synchronisation, Python scripting access for custom and procedural animation effects.
- Realtime 3D/game creation
- Collision detection and dynamics simulation, Python scripting API for sophisticated control and AI, fully defined advanced game logic, supports all OpenGL™ lighting modes, including transparencies, playback of games and interactive 3D content without compiling or preprocessing, multi-layering of scenes for overlay interfaces.
- Integral support for the Yafray render engine, various surface shaders such as Lambert, Phong, Oren-nayar, Blinn, Toon, Procedural Textures. Export scripts available for external renderers such as Renderman (RIB), Povray, Virtualight
- UV texture editor with various mesh unwrap modes
Blender Install Notes
If you have trouble running Blender on Windows, receiving an error message like "The Application failed to initialize properly ( 0xc0150002 )" while trying to starting Blender, then download and install the Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 SP1 Redistributable Package (x86).
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