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Old 02-11-2007, 06:43 AM   #1
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Building High End 3D animation on Linux

Is there any application on Linux(Suse 10.2 or Fedora Core 6)to develop high end Animation, I Learnt special effects in few movies were made using linux
Old 02-11-2007, 07:05 AM   #2
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Try Blender
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Blender seems to be the defacto standard for Linux 3D automation. Even other OS's are asking for it.
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You might be interested in an Open Source film short produced with Blender. Google for "Elephants Dream"
You can even download the blender 3D models used to help you study.

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AC3D, Art of Illusion, Equinox-3D, K-3D, and Realsoft 3D are all other animation options.
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Side Effects Houdini

Take a look at Houdini from Side Effects Software as well. Runs on a variety of Linux distros:


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