Blender is a free and open-source 3D creation suite. With Blender, you can create 3D visualizations such as still images, 3D animations and VFX shots. You can also edit videos. It is well suited to individuals and small studios who benefit from its unified pipeline and responsive development process.
Being a cross-platform application, Blender runs on Linux, macOS, as well as Windows systems. It also has relatively small memory and drive requirements compared to other 3D creation suites. Its interface uses OpenGL to provide a consistent experience across all supported hardware and platforms.
Who uses Blender?
Blender has a wide variety of tools making it suitable for almost any sort of media production. Professionals, hobbyists, and studios around the world use it for creating animations, game assets, motion graphics, TV shows, concept art, story-boarding, commercials, and feature films.
Blender key features
- Blender is a fully integrated 3D content creation suite, offering a broad range of essential tools, including Modeling, Rendering, Animation & Rigging, Video Editing, VFX, Compositing, Texturing, and many types of Simulations.
- It is cross platform, with an OpenGL GUI that is uniform on all major platforms (and customizable with Python scripts).
- It has a high-quality 3D architecture, enabling fast and efficient creation workflow.
- It boasts active community support. See blender.org/community for an extensive list of sites.
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