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Macromedia Extreme 3D 1 box

Macromedia Extreme 3D (version 1) was the first release of the Extreme 3D modeling, animation, and rendering application developed and marketed by Macromedia.[1] Released on January 31, 1996, it succeeded MacroModel and was superseded by Extreme 3D 2 on December 16, 1996.[2][3] It was also included as part of Macromedia FreeHand Graphics Studio and initial shipments of FreeHand Graphics Studio 7.[4]

FeaturesEdit

  • Spline-based, CAD-accurate modeling
  • Time or frame-based animation
  • Production-quality rendering
  • Extreme accessories: learning material, material presets, over 500 fonts, and a bonus CD-ROM of Wraptures textures.

ReferencesEdit

  1. Extreme 3D Overview & Key Features, Macromedia. Archived 1996-10-27.
  2. Macromedia Ships Extreme 3D, Macromedia. 1996-01-31. Archived 1999-08-19.
  3. Macromedia Ships Extreme 3D 2, Macromedia. 1996-12-16. Archived 2000-02-29.
  4. Short Take: Macromedia ships Extreme 3D 2, CNET. 1996-12-17.

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