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  • Program Concepts.

    Posted by Razgar Abedi on October 19, 2022 at 6:08 pm

    Hi everybody. I heared something about types of 3D design programs. It says there are two types of 3D design computer softwares. Standalone and Standard 3D Package. The first like Poser, Mudbox… Which have not many module and all abilities such as animate, rendering, modeling, lighting, compositing and all other things in one pack. Standard programs such as 3dsmax, maya, c4d…

    So my question is: are those terms true ? I mean I forget the name of the words used for each types of two softwares.

    Thanks alot.

    Boston Cainfra replied 1 year, 3 months ago 2 Members · 1 Reply
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  • Boston Cainfra

    March 16, 2023 at 12:25 am

    Yes

    The terms you mentioned are accurate, yes. Both standalone and traditional 3D packages are different sorts of 3D design tools

    Poser and Mudbox are examples of standalone software packages that are made to offer a particular set of capabilities, such modeling or rendering. Generally speaking, they are less complicated than typical 3D software, yet they can be incredibly helpful for specific tasks like sculpting or texturing.

    Modeling, animation, rendering, lighting, and compositing are just a few of the many features that come with standard 3D applications like 3ds Max, Maya, and Cinema 4D. They offer a greater range of capabilities for producing 3D designs, but they are more difficult than standalone applications and frequently take more time to learn.

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