AC3D is used to create 3D models for games; virtual-reality/simulation software; scientific, medical, and general-data visualizations; high-resolution 3D renderings and rapid prototyping of 3D designs. Features include a simple click-and-drag user interface; Texture co-ordinate editor (UV Mapper);powerful boolean functions; unlimited polygon and line editing down to the vertex level; subdivision surface modeling; Boolean operations; and a TrueType font 2D and 3D text generator.
The software supports many 3D file-formats including POV-Ray, VRML, RenderMan, 3D Studio, LightWave, DXF, OBJ, DirectX, MilkShape, MD2, Quake BSP, Unreal Tournament T3D, and more.
Updated on Oct 27 2020
AC3D will let you know if you need to upgrade your license. Please visit the Upgrade Center to purchase a new discounted license for AC3D: