Product history[edit | edit source]
Development began in 1988 with a team started by 3D scientist Julian E. Gómez. MacroMind Three-D was released in 1991 as a sister product to MacroModel, which was released the following year. Both were succeeded by Macromedia Extreme 3D in 1996.
Applications[edit | edit source]
- MacroMind 3DWorks - animation, lighting, and camera setup.
- MacroMind ModelMover - imports and converts 3D models from other software packages.
- MacroMind RenderWorks - renders of 3DWorks projects in 8 or 32-bit color.
- MacroMind FireWorks (formerly ImageWorks during development) - post-production of RenderWorks graphics into PICT sequences or PICS files.
- MacroMind Accelerator - compiles image sequences into a streaming file that can be played back quickly from memory.
Video gallery[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
- 2D & 3D Animation: MacroMind 3D (Mac), University of Macedonia (Greek). 2007-02-15.
- Julian E. Gómez chronological curriculum vitae, Digital Design 2000+ Web Cast. Archived 1999-11-30.
- MacroMind Three-D does animation and rendering by Doug and Denise Green, InfoWorld. 1991-07-15.
- MacroModel weds Three-D, lives happily ever after, Macworld, vol.13, p.60. 1996.
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- Macromind Three-D animation, rendering, and video production software (developer version) at the Internet Archive (2017-09-11)
- MacroMind Three-D Demo by ねこのこね! at Nifty Cocolog (2012-03-20)
- MacroMind Three-D at the Macromedia Wiki
Articles[edit | edit source]
- MacroMinds tag team rules the multimedia ring at InfoWorld (1991-08-05)
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