Blender 3D Support for Win & Mac version
Blender 3D is a software that you can use for creating animated films, visual effects, interactive 3D applications or video games, etc. It provides a broad spectrum of 3D modeling, texturing, lighting, animation and video post-processing functionality in One Package.
Place DVD in your optical drive. Wait for AUTORUN feature to start.
You should expecting a browser page open up with a page address link to your optical drive.
For example the address in browser's address bar should look like file:///E:/index.html (E: should represent as your CD/DVD-ROM drive letter)
If there is no AUTORUN after 10 seconds, please go to "My Computer" , open your CD/DVD Drive then run the "index.html" file directly.
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Blender 3D User Guide:
Quick Start Guide Download Here
User Guide Download Here
Hotkeys Download Here
Blender 3D Video Tutorial:
- Blender Tutorial Series – Part 004 – The Mouth
- Blender Tutorial Series – Part 005 – The Torso
- Blender Tutorial Series – Part 006 – The Arms and Hands
- Blender Tutorial Series – Part 007 – The Fingers
- Blender Tutorial Series – Part 008 – The Fingers pt 2
- Blender Tutorial Series – Part 009 – The Legs
- Blender Tutorial Series – Part 010 – The Legs pt 2
- Blender Tutorial Series – Part 011 – Clothing
- Blender Tutorial Series – Part 012 – Clothing pt 2, Seams
- Blender Tutorial Series – Part 012b Supplemental – Goggles
Other Supporting Documents for Blender 3D:
- Blender 3D FAQ – Generic 3D
- Blender 3D FAQ – MAC
- Blender 3D FAQ – Windows
- Blender 3D FAQ – Technical Information
- Blender 3D Studio Professional 2012 Support Page
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