New Release: Blender 2.75a new official release and new features
Blender Foundation and the blender.org are proud to offer the official Blender 2.75a release of an amazing FREE 3D softwares.
This incredible FREE 3D Softwares is great for peoples that want to learn, improve there 3D modeling and animation skills or for peoples that know 3D modeling and 3d animation and want to do amazing 3d works or just want to create 3d for fun and do not want to buy expensive and more advanced 3D Softwares.
Here the main highlights of this release:
Blender now supports a fully integrated Multi-View and Stereo 3D pipeline
Cycles has much awaited initial support for AMD GPUs, and a new Light Portals feature.
UI now allows font previews in the file browser.
High quality options for viewport depth of field were added.
Modeling has a new Corrective Smooth modifier.
The Decimate modifier was improved significantly.
3D viewport painting now supports symmetry and the distribution of Dynamic Topology was improved
Video Sequence Editor: Placeholders can now replace missing frames of image sequences
Game Engine now allows smoother LOD transitions, and supports mist attributes animation
And: 100s of bug fixes and smaller feature improvements.
Blender 2.7x works on nearly all operating systems. To use Blender, just unpack the archive and start Blender!
Graphics card note: Blender runs on all OpenGL-compatible cards, although there are some issues with integrated graphics cards (Intel, Via). We therefore can’t officially support and guarantee that Blender works fine on those systems.
Blender is available for All version of Windows, Mac OSX 10.6 and above, and Linux. Blender uses OpenGL for drawing the entire interface. This means it's best if you use a graphics card that is OpenGL-compliant.
The Blender developer team welcomes all efforts to bypass issues with specific configurations, but we can only officially support the platforms that are in use by active developers. Check the wiki for a list of supported platforms.
32-bit dual core 2Ghz CPU with SSE2 support.
2 GB RAM
24 bits 1280×768 display
Mouse or trackpad
OpenGL-compatible graphics card with 256 MB RAM
64-bit quad core CPU
8 GB RAM
Full HD display with 24 bit color
Three button mouse
OpenGL-compatible graphics card with 1 GB RAM
Optimal (production-grade) hardware
64-bit eight core CPU
16 GB RAM
Two full HD displays with 24 bit color
Three button mouse and graphics tablet
Dual OpenGL-compatible graphics cards, quality brand with 3 GB RAM