|Type||3D Computer Graphics Software|
|License||Free and Open Source|
|Operating System||Windows (Vista, 7, 8, 10), macOS 10.6 and above, Linux|
|Features||Rendering, Animation, Simulation, Video Editing, much more|
Blender is a free and open source 3D creation suite tool developed by Blender Foundation. It supports the entirety of the 3D pipeline modeling, rigging, animation, simulation, rendering, compositing and motion tracking, even video editing, game creation, much more. It equipped with Cycles Render Engine, Blender’s built-in powerful unbiased path-tracer engine that offers stunning ultra-realistic rendering.
Blender is free to use for any purpose. It is a cross-platform and runs equally well, available for Windows (Vista, 7, 8, 10), Mac OS X 10.6 and above, and Linux. Blender 2.76b is the last supported release for Windows XP. It features an internal file system that can pack multiple scenes into a single file called a “.blend” file. A wide variety of import/export scripts that extend Blender capabilities make it possible to inter-operate with other 3D tools.
- Cycles Render Engine.
- Modeling, Sculpt, UV.
- Animation and Rigging.
- Story Art, drawing 2d in 3d.
Blender comes with a built-in Video Editor. This allows users to perform basic actions like video cuts and splicing, as well as more complex tasks like video masking. It also has many features including effects like Gaussian Blur, color grading, Fade and Wipe transitions, and other video transformations. It is extensively documented on its website, with the rest of the support provided via community tutorials and discussion forums on the Internet. The Blender Network provides support and social services for Blender Professionals.