Macromedia Extreme 3D was a 3D modeling, animation, and rendering application that was developed and marketed by Macromedia. It succeeded MacroMind Three-D and MacroModel, combining updated features of both. Extreme 3D was discontinued in 1998 with "no plans to develop future versions of Extreme 3D".
Version history[edit | edit source]
- Macromedia Extreme 3D (version 1) shipped on January 31, 1996.
- Macromedia Extreme 3D 2 shipped on December 16, 1996.
References[edit | edit source]
- Extreme 3D Overview & Key Features, Macromedia. Archived 1996-10-27.
- Macromedia takes 3-D to the Extreme by SJS, MacUser vol.11, p.41. 1995-10.
- MacroModel weds Three-D, lives happily ever after by Carlos Dominic Martinez, Macworld, vol.13, p.60. 1996-07.
- Extreme 3D is no longer being offered, Macromedia. Archived 1998-12-05.
- Macromedia Ships Extreme 3D, Macromedia. 1996-01-31. Archived 1999-08-19.
- Macromedia Ships Extreme 3D 2, Macromedia. 1996-12-16. Archived 2000-02-29.
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- Macromedia Extreme 3D 1/ 2 at Macromedia (archived 1996-10-27 / 1997-03-29)
- Macromedia Extreme 3D at Tumblr
- Macromedia Extreme 3D at the Macromedia Wiki
Articles[edit | edit source]
- Computing in the Third Dimension: Extreme 3D's Ease vs. Studio Max's Precision by Luisa Simone at PC Magazine (1996-07)
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