Came across this on my travels, its a 3D authoring tool its an old version but its free. I like free
Maybe come in useful.
Does that make it a freeD tool????
I downloaded and registered my copy, thanks for that.
I was surprised to receive a Email from them advising of the new trueSpace7.6 was out and as a recent customer recieved a link and key for the this version !
"The website declined to show this webpage"
I remember I got that software installed on my first computer (1996) but could never do anything, just remember it had some predefined objects,, so like 3Ds Max wchich I used for a while.
Not had a proper look at the license (just about to head off to work), looks like it will be handy for media classes. Can you roll it out across school for free?
"Caligari Software License Agreement
This is a legal agreement between you and Caligari, Corp. This agreement permits you to use one copy of the Caligari software product on any single computer, provided you use it on one computer at a time. The license only grants the right to use this software and does not grant ownership in of the software or related materials to anyone. The software is owned by Caligari or its suppliers and is protected by US copyright Laws and International Treaty provisions. This license is your proof of license to exercise the rights granted herein and must be retained by you."
So looks unlikely you would be able to deploy across the network.
This restrictive licensing is likely to change, MS bought truespace earlier this year and released it free to compete with the OSS 3D programs like blender - which is cross platform and gaining a lot of momentum (certainly the blender screenshots and movies looks like it has the edge in terms of features at the moment)
leco (2nd August 2008)
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