Unreal Engine 4 now available for free!
Unreal Engine is now free to use for everything from game development, education, architecture, and visualization to VR, film and animation. When you ship a game or application, you pay a 5% royalty on gross revenue after the first $3,000 per product, per quarter. It's a simple arrangement in which the Unreal developers succeed only when you succeed. UE 4 scales from indie projects to high-end blockbusters; it supports all the major platforms; and it includes 100% of the C++ source code! And there is a new version of Unreal released last month, Unreal Engine 4.7. With the power to render huge numbers of instanced objects in large worlds, beautiful rendering of leaves and foliage, HDR texture support, in-editor animation editing, along with hundreds of optimizations and improvements, it is the biggest release of Unreal, yet. [source]
Carbon Scatter 2015 trial version available
S catter millions of instances in seconds, create wind-swept forests or animated crowds and render them directly inside 3ds Max, Maya and CINEMA 4D, using the new Carbon Scatter 2015 plug-in.
Major upgrade to Tiffen Dfx digital filter suite
The Tiffen Company released the highly-anticipated version 4 of the award-winning Tiffen Dfx digital filter suite.
PlantFactory and VUE 2014.6 PLEs
The "Personal Learning Edition" of PlantFactory and Vue, e-ons virtual nature products, are now updated for the recently announced 2014.
Blender 2.74 RC2
The second 2.74 release candidate of Blender is available now.
Free iZotope Ozone 6.1 update
With the free Ozone 6.1 update, iZotope is including powerful processing features and bringing back a popular feature from Ozone 5.
Blackmagic Fusion 7.7.1
New update for Blackmagic Design's professional video compositing software Fusion fixes script evaluation issue, and adds miscellaneous performance and stability improvements.
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