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First Look Review: Shade 8.5

3 May, 2006 By: Ron LaFon


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Shade 8.5 from e frontier is a 3D modeling tool that lets you generate photorealistic renderings and 3D animations. This new release supports 64-bit Windows and Intel-based Macs and includes a variety of new features and improvements. Shade 8.5 is touted as running up to twice as fast on Intel-based Macs, and the Windows 64-bit supports more than 2GB of memory rendering.  Read more >>p>

  

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