Box Shot 3D 3.4 released – Now With Collada Import Feature
Moscow, Russian Federation – Applications for Life Company today is pleased to announce the release of Box Shot 3D 3.4, an update to their powerful utility that digitally “shots” virtual 3D objects. Box Shot 3D allows to render software boxes, book covers, magazines, CD, DVD and Blu-Ray boxes, cans, bottles, mugs, bags and much more. No 3D-knowledge is required at all and the results look very professional because of raytracing rendering technology.
The new release brings the support of Collada format. This means that it is now possible to load and render thousands of shapes from Google 3D warehouse or made in Google SketchUp. This allows everyone to create a shape with ease and render it in Box Shot 3D. This release also fixes some AppleScript-related issues, simplifies shapes scaling, allows to hide and rename objects in the scene. Update is free and highly recommended.
Box Shot 3D provides probably the easiest way to create virtual box for representing software product on the web or create 3D book images for e-books. Box Shot 3D is used by thousands of designers around the world to represent their work to customers, as it supports more than 50 different shapes and most of them can be configured. If the shape is not supported, Box Shot 3D allows to load a 3DS file with the missed shape.
Box Shot 3D features a real-time preview, runs on Mac and Windows computers and doesn’t require Adobe Photoshop or any other software.
Pricing and Availability:
Box Shot 3D costs $80 (USD). Demo version is available for evaluation purposes.
Based in Moscow, Russia, Applications For Life is a fast-growing software developer founded in 2005. Among its major products are Patterno and Imposition Wizard. The products of this company are of high quality and great help for the customers. Copyright (C) 2011 Applications For Life. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.
Filed: Press Releases