Posted by: macintoshsisters | December 27, 2006

Realsoft 3D v5 for Mac OS X

Realsoft Graphics has started shipping a product version for Mac OS X platforms of its professional 3D modeling, rendering and animation software package. Realsoft 3D v.5 SP3 for Mac OS X is first sold as a commercial beta, and the price includes free upgrades to the final version.

Versions for PowerPC and Intel hardware platforms are available. The required OS version is Panther or newer. A free trial version for Mac OS X is available at the Download area of realsoft.com.

An easy-to-use, intelligent, and fully configurable user interface
A versatile modeling system supporting subdivision, NURBS, CSG and metaball objects
A comprehensive set of animation features from easy key frame animation to advanced choreography animation
Animation by physical simulation, featuring collision detection, gravity, magnetism, particles etc.
64 bit ray-tracing technology that produces superior image quality
A 3D painting system
An extremely powerful Visual Shading Language allows unique shading and material effects
A post-effects processor for creating various image effects such as lens flares and fog
Tools for true 3D composition
Support for real-time rendering through OpenGL
Use of multi-threading, symmetric multiprocessing and cross-platform distributed network rendering

System requirements:
PowerPC / Mac OSX (panther or newer) based system
or Intel / Linux. All major distributions supported.
128 MB of RAM memory (512 MB recommended)
100 MB of free hard disk space
A CD-ROM drive

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