Box Shot 3D 3.2.1 Build 7ce3e5d
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Box Shot 3D 3.2.1 Build 7ce3e5d is well-known as a beneficial as well as reliable program which brings you a virtual cover renderer based on ray tracing algorithms. What does this mean? Simply put, the box shots you create will look very realistic. This attractive display is often the deciding factor for purchasing products.
- Raytracing allows creation of photorealistic images and shadows. Box Shot 3D calculates millions of light rays passing from the light source to the object. The result is a very realistic looking object. Raytracing is usually used for special effects in movies. Box Shot 3D allows you to use this technology for creating box shots!
- Realistic Shadows
- The use of raytracing leads to “realistic” shadows. Box Shot 3D calculates the amount of light for every pixel in your image. Box Shot 3D also calculates skylight (or atmospheric light) – light emitted by sky. This makes images look even more realistic.
- Supported shapes
- Box Shot 3D contains tons of different shapes that can be used for rendering boxes, DVD- and CD-cases, screenshots, books, stacks of books, brochures, paper bags, cans, bottles etc. Select the shape you need, insert your images and press “Render”, it’s that easy!
- Box Shot 3D has probably the largest built-in library of shapes among the competitors, but even if your shape is missed, you can import and render any 3DS file.
- Advanced Materials
- Box Shot 3D allows to load height and specular maps and create relief-effect on the flat sides of shapes. This gives endless possibilities for book covers, cards and other objects. See the examples of materials usage in the gallery.
- Supported Image Formats
- Box Shot 3D can load JPEG, PNG, BMP, TIFF and PSD files (both in RGB and CMYK). Transparency channel is loaded too and may be used in the number of shapes (like Image or Brochure).
- Rendered images can be saved to JPEG, BMP, PNG or TIFF (the latest two format support transparency).
- 64-bit Support
- Box Shot 3D runs natively on 64-bit platforms (Windows 64 and Snow Leopard). This usually gives about 30% increase in the speed of rendering. More, the 64-bit version of Box Shot 3D allows rendering images up to 8192×8192 pixels.
- You can fully control the box reflection, transparency and depth on the floor and adjust them with sliders to see result in realtime. More, you can adjust blur level for reflections.
- Transparent background
- If you want to use the rendered image in a complex project, you can easily output your image with transparent backgrounds (PNG or TIFF formats) for use in your favorite graphics editor. You may also select a solid background color as well.
- Box Shot 3D uses many tricks for fast and efficient antialiasing. You will never see rough or pixilated edges again. Everything will be smooth and very realistic.
- Quality control
- The quality of the rendered image can be adjusted. If you need a fast draft render for preview, set the “Quality” combo-box to the “Draft” value and rendering will finish faster. When you need full production quality, select “Production” or even “High End” values for the desired output.
- Easy to use
- Yes. Box Shot 3D is a one of the simplest applications of its kind. It has easy “step-by-step” tabs that quickly guide you through the entire creation process.
- Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard), 10.6 (Snow Leopard)
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