Macromedia Extreme 3D (version 1) was the first release of the Extreme 3D modeling, animation, and rendering application developed and marketed by Macromedia. Released on January 31, 1996, it succeeded MacroModel and was superseded by Extreme 3D 2 on December 16, 1996. It was also included as part of Macromedia FreeHand Graphics Studio and initial shipments of FreeHand Graphics Studio 7.
Features[edit | edit source]
- 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.
References[edit | edit source]
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- Macromedia Extreme 3D at Macromedia (archived 1996-10-27)
- Macromedia Extreme 3D (version 1) 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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