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  • 1. Blender Graphics Designing Software Tool(Free/Open Source Software)
    • Rahul karan(ppt) - The blender Foundation(Ton Roosendaal)
    Click on this left icon to this text to learn from the official documentation of blender powered by WikiMedia Foundation.
  • 2. Blender is a 3D graphics application released as free software under the GNU General Public License. It can be used for modeling, UV unwrapping, texturing, rigging, water simulations, skinning, animating, rendering, particle and other simulations, non-linear editing, compositing, and creating interactive 3D applications, including games. Blender is available for a number of operating systems, including Linux, Mac OS X, and Microsoft Windows. Blender's features include advanced simulation tools such as rigid body, fluid, cloth and softbody dynamics, modifier-based modeling tools, powerful character animation tools, a node-based material and compositing system and Python for embedded scripting. Written in c,c++ and python.
  • 3. Blender 2.49b Splash Screen Developer(s) : The Blender Foundation Stable release 2.49b / September 3, 2009; 7 months ago (2009-09-03) [1] Preview release 2.5 Alpha 2 / March 3, 2010; 61 days ago (2010-03-03) Written in : C , C++ , and Python Operating system : Cross-platform Type : 3D computer graphics License : GNU General Public License v2 or later Website : www.blender.org
  • 4. User interface Blender has had a reputation as being difficult to learn for users accustomed to other 3D graphics software. Nearly every function has a direct keyboard shortcut and there can be several different shortcuts per key. Since Blender became Free Software, there has been effort to add comprehensive contextual menus as well as make the tool usage more logical and streamlined. There have also been efforts to visually enhance the user interface, with the introduction of color themes, transparent floating widgets, a new and improved object tree overview, and other small improvements (such as a color picker widget). Blender's user interface incorporates the following concepts:
  • 5. Editing modes The two primary modes of work are Object Mode and Edit Mode, which are toggled with the Tab key. Object mode is used to manipulate individual objects as a unit, while Edit mode is used to manipulate the actual object data. For example, Object Mode can be used to move, scale, and rotate entire polygon meshes, and Edit Mode can be used to manipulate the individual vertices of a single mesh. There are also several other modes, such as Vertex Paint, Weight Paint, and Sculpt Mode. The 2.45 release also had the UV Mapping Mode, but it was merged with the Edit Mode in 2.46 Release Candidate 1. Hotkey utilization Most of the commands are accessible via hotkeys. Until the 2.x and especially the 2.3x versions, this was in fact the only way to give commands, and this was largely responsible for creating Blender's reputation as a difficult-to-learn program. The new versions have more comprehensive GUI menus.
  • 6. Numeric input Numeric buttons can be "dragged" to change their value directly without the need to aim at a particular widget, thus saving screen real estate and time. Both sliders and number buttons can be constrained to various step sizes with modifiers like the Ctrl and Shift keys. Python expressions can also be typed directly into number entry fields, allowing mathematical expressions to be used to specify values. Workspace management The Blender GUI is made up of one or more screens, each of which can be divided into sections and subsections that can be of any type of Blender's views or window-types. Each window-type's own GUI elements can be controlled with the same tools that manipulate 3D view. For example, one can zoom in and out of GUI-buttons in the same way one zooms in and out in the 3D viewport. The GUI viewport and screen layout is fully user-customizable. It is possible to set up the interface for specific tasks such as video editing or UV mapping or texturing by hiding features not utilized for the task.
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  • 8. Features model • shade • animate • render • composite • interactive 3d Blender is the free open source 3D content creation suite, available for all major operating systems under the GNU General Public License.
  • 9. Interface * Revolutionary non-overlapping and non-blocking UI delivers unsurpassed workflow * Flexible and fully configurable window layout with as many screen setups as you prefer * Undo support on all levels * Anti-aliased fonts with international translation support * Any window space can be easily switched to any window type (curve editor, NLA, 3D view etc) * Built-in text editor for annotations and editing Python scripts * Graphical user interface for Python scripts * Custom themes * Consistent interface across all platforms
  • 10. Rigging * Fast skeleton creation mode * Interactive 3D paint for vertex weighting * Fast envelope based skinning * Automatic Skinning that really works (heat equilibrium based) * Mirror editing (bone creation and weight painting) * Double Quaternions reduce shrinking and other bone deformation errors * Volume deformer uses a mesh cage to deform complex meshes with great results * Bone layers and colored groups for better rig organization * B-spline interpolated bones; forget about elbow twists * Constraint stack for IK solver setup and other constraints * PyConstraints; if you need something not yet implemented code it in python with real time feed back, no compiling needed
  • 11. Animation * Armature (skeleton) deformation with forward/inverse kinematics with pole target support * Auto IK allows posing FK chains easily * Non-linear animation editor for mixing individual actions created in Action editor * Automated walkcycles along paths * Animated constraint system * Vertex key framing for morphing, with controlling sliders * Edit and create new blendshapes from existing targets * Character animation pose editor * 'Ipo' system integrates both motion curve and traditional key-frame editing * Audio playback, mixing and editing support for sound synchronisation * Timeline offers fast acces to many playback functions, autokey, help markers * Python scripting access for custom and procedural animation effects
  • 12. UV Unwrapping * Conformal and Angle Based unwrapping methods * Interactive transform of UV maps by vertex pinning * Proportional falloff editing of UV maps for smooth transformations * Seam based unwrapping * Cube, Cylinder, Sphere, View projections * Catmull-Clark subdivition of UVs for less distortion * Minimize stretch tool allows to reduce area distortion * Multiple UV layers
  • 13. Physics and Particles * Particle system can be atached to any mesh object. Control methods include weight painting, textures, curve guides, wind and vortex effects. Particles can be deflected by moving geometry * Hair strands can be created by a static particle system, supporting all particle control methods * Fluid simulator with fully animated inflow, outflow, obstacle and fluid objects. Gravity and viscosity settings can also be animated. Supports vector blur and is integrated with the particle system * Realtime soft body solver integrated in mesh, lattice, curve and text objects. Supports collision detection and particle field effects like Wind or Vortex, soft bodys can also be baked for faster playback/rendering * Game engine rigid body physics can be easily baked into animation curves
  • 14. Realtime 3D/Game Creation * Graphical logic editor for defining interactive behavior without programming * Collision detection and dynamics simulation now support Bullet Physics Library. Bullet is an open source collision detection and rigid body dynamics library developed for Play Station 3 * Shape types: Convex polyhedron, box, sphere, cone, cylinder, capsule, compound, and static triangle mesh with auto deactivation mode * Discrete collision detection for RigidBody simulation * Support for in-game activation of dynamic constraints * Full support for vehicle dynamics, including spring reactions, stiffness, damping, tyre friction etc * Python scripting API for sophisticated control and AI, fully defined advanced game logic * Support all OpenGLTM lighting modes, including transparencies, Animated and reflection-mapped textures * Support for multimaterials, multitexture and texture blending modes, per-pixel lighting, dynamic lighting, mapping modes, GLSL vertexPaint texture blending, toon shading, animated materials, support for Normal Maping and Parallax Mapping * Playback of games and interactive 3D content without compiling or preprocessing * Audio, using the SDL toolkit * Multi-layering of Scenes for overlay interfaces
  • 15. Modeling * A range of 3D object types including polygon meshes, NURBS surfaces, bezier and B-spline curves, metaballs, vector fonts (TrueType, PostScript, OpenType) * Very fast Catmull-Clark subdivision surfaces with optimal iso-lines display and sharpness editing * Full multiresolution sculpting capabilities with 2D bitmap/3D procedural brushes (Paint, Smooth, Pinch, Inflate, Grab) supporting symmetry * Modifier stack deformers such as Lattice, Curve, Armature or Displace * Mirror modifier with middle vertices clipping and automatic deletion of inner faces * Non destructive real time Boolean and Array modifiers * Mesh modeling based on vertex, edge and/or face selection * Smooth soft selection editing tools for organic modeling * Python scripting access for custom tools
  • 16. Rendering * Very fast inbuilt raytracer * Oversampling, motion blur, post-production effects, fields, non-square pixels * Tile-based and fully threaded * Render layers and passes * Render baking to UV maps and object to object baking (full render, ambient occlusion, normals, textures) * Render engine tightly integrated with the node compositor * Halo, lens flares and fog effects * Vector motion-blur post-process effect (using node compositor) * Realistic defocus (DOF) post-process effect (using node compositor) * Edge rendering for toon shading * Interactive preview rendering panel in any 3d view * Ambient Occlusion * Radiosity solver * Export scripts available for external renderers such as Renderman, Povray, Virtualight, Lux, Indigo and V-Ray - See Resources for a full list.
  • 17. Shading * Diffuse shaders such as Lambert, Minnaert, Toon, Oren-Nayar, Lambert * Specular shaders such as WardIso, Toon, Blinn, Phong, CookTorr * Node editor for creating and mixing complex materials * PyNodes: write your own Python shaders with realtime feedback, no need to compile * Material previews rendered by main render engine * Fast, realistic subsurface scattering * Blurry reflections and refractions * Tangent shading to give any shader an anisotropic effect * Versatile procedural textures system * Reflection maps * Normal, displacement and bump maps
  • 18. Imaging and Compositing * Compositor tightly integrated and aligned with the rendering pipeline * MultiLayer OpenEXR files allow to store and reuse raw renderlayer and passes data * Complete list of composite node filters, convertors, color and vector operators and mixers including Chroma Key, Blur, RGB Curves, Z Combine, Color Ramp, Gamma Correct * Preview panel to define the portion of interest. A composite then only happens on this part * Threaded and memory efficient (up to 8 processors) * Near realtime sequencer can edit hours of video * Waveform and U/V scatter plots * Open and write many audio & video file formats using ffmpeg * Can render using frameserver-support directly into foreign applications * Supports float images as well as regular 8 bits images * Curves tool allows you to create a mapping from the float range to a displayable result (for HDR images)
  • 19. Files * Save all scene data in a single .blend file, even images, sounds or fonts can be packed for easy transportation * Powerful built-in database system allowing instances, scene management, and dynamic linking multiple project files * .blend format supports compression, digital signatures, encryption, forwards/backwards compatibility and can be used as a library to link to from other .blend files * Read and write support for many other 2D and 3D formats * 2D TGA, JPG, PNG, OpenEXR, DPX, Cineon, Radiance HDR, Iris, SGI Movie, IFF, AVI and Quicktime GIF, TIFF, PSD, MOV (Windows and Mac OS X) * 3D 3D Studio, AC3D, COLLADA, FBX Export, DXF, Wavefront OBJ, DEC Object File Format, DirectX, Lightwave, MD2, Motion Capture, Nendo, OpenFlight, PLY, Pro Engineer, Radiosity, Raw Triangle, Softimage, STL, TrueSpace, VideoScape, VRML, VRML97, X3D Extensible 3D, xfig export
  • 20. Supported Platforms * Windows 2000, XP, Vista * Mac OS X (PPC and Intel) * Linux (i386) * Linux (PPC) * FreeBSD 5.4 (i386) * SGI Irix 6.5 * Sun Solaris 2.8 (sparc)
  • 21. Goals The Blender Foundation is an independent organisation (a Dutch "stichting"), acting as a non-profit public benefit corporation, with the following goals: * To establish services for active users and developers of Blender * To maintain and improve the current Blender product via a public accessible source code system under the GNU GPL license * To establish funding or revenue mechanisms that serve the foundation's goals and cover the foundation's expenses * To give the worldwide Internet community access to 3D technology in general, with Blender as a core
  • 22. See you later...