Community Forums/Developer Stations/AC3D

EOF(Posted 2003) [#1]
Nice 3D program. Does not do animation but supports a fair few file formats (once you register).
It's very easy to use. Has keyboard shortcuts as well.
Anybody else tried AC3D?

Shame it does not have a *b3d format but the AC3D file format is available.

Rob Farley(Posted 2003) [#2]
Yep downloaded the demo, didn't really get round to playing with it much, the demo expired and can't use it anymore...

Looks quite good though, it seemed to have some really nice features, however, I've got used to milkshape now so it seemed a little odd... It did have snap to grid (when you're creating objects) though which is something milkshape lacks big time.

Synchronist(Posted 2003) [#3]
Used it a bit under Linux. Nice program with lots of features. The GUI takes a bit of getting used to but overall not bad. I still prefer Wings3D tho'...

FlameDuck(Posted 2003) [#4]
Yeah. I tried messing around with it. From what I can tell it's definately the best 3D editor for Linux. If memory server you can use perl to "plug-ins" for it. Also if I remember correctly someone is working on a perl exporter for another modeler. It probably wouldn't be too much trouble adjusting it for use with AC3D. IMHO.