[CM] Re: [PlanetCCRMA] Blender for animations

Marco Trevisani marco@trevisani.net
Mon, 19 Jul 2004 19:09:52 -0400

 19/07/2004 alle 10:26:32, -0400, Juan Reyes [AKA juanig] ha scritto/escribió/wrote:
> As Dave points out Blender results look very sexy indeed.

I started to look at it last winter (and tried out different sofwtare
available in the animation field, povray in particular) and it is
quite good.  Just do not try to understand the logic behind certain
shortcuts....:-) The mixer/sequencer is quite good (sound needs to be
processed with other tools, clm and snd of course...) it really helps
to put together a final work with audio and graphics.

In a, short, moment of fanaticism, i used blender for an architectural
project....well not so crazy if you think that blender can export in dxf
- the equivalent of .rtf in the CAD family.

Povray is just a scripting language, very easy to understand and
probably faster to program than blender, if you prefer (like i do) the
non-gui oriented world...(povray is not free software in the "pure"
sense, it is just free, like in free beer...)

       short comment for an off topic theme...


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