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    Quote Originally Posted by silviotoledo View Post
    a complete list of open source applications per area:

    http://www.webi.org/soft-free-graphic-software.html


    OpenFX is an Open-Source 3D modeling, animation and rendering suite created by Dr. Stuart Ferguson

    Isn't the same Stuart from Lightwave?
    I hope not since he's over at Luxology
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    http://arbaro.sourceforge.net/ <-- Arbaro. 3D tree generation based on rules (branching, leaf shape, etc...). Exports to OBJ.

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    Alchemy - http://al.chemy.org/

    Useful for setting up the next stage of drawing or even just doodling ideas.

    For Windows, Mac and Linux
    "Once one can articulate an important idea into a concise statement, then one can use the statement and not have to have the fear of changing behavior." - Ed Catmull on Pixar creativity

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    Inkscape is a great vector based drawings program. I even prefer using it over Illustrator. I find it useful for adding text, arrows or other markings to renders that can be output at any resolution.

    http://inkscape.org/
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    https://www.dynamicrenderings.com/

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    Http://www.daz3d.com -> Daz|Studio, Bryce, Hexagon (but not free for very much longer)

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    Quote Originally Posted by calilifestyle View Post
    I like how Lightworks said it was going to be opensource and now they are saying the pro version will cost you. also i downloaded it last year then some time last month i tried using it and it said my license has expired.e
    Open source doesn't mean free. They haven't realeased the source code so their promise was a lie, though. For me it's clear they never figured a business model after de OS statement. Maybe they though hardware could get them money, but never happened.

    I simply can't use lightworks, can't figure how it works.

    Cinelerra tried this business model first. Their editor was open sourced but impossible to compile and no binaries provided. They started selling a turnkey solution, but dropped the idea.

    http://cinelerra.org/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Titus View Post
    Open ....
    Please limit your comments to software recommendations.
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    Wow, someone is cranky.

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    Existing thread with more free stuff.
    http://forums.newtek.com/showthread....ght=free+sound

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