[Bf-funboard] Comprehensive comparison chart
Mag. Karl Kühberger
kuehberger at gmx.net
Thu Nov 18 20:04:44 CET 2004
Yes, a pdf-document would be the best!
Am 18.11.2004 um 16:15 schrieb bürgi:
> I think the it would be best if you export it with star-/open-office
> into a pdf-document, so everybody(who has acrobat reader) could read
> Nathan Allworth schrieb:
>> I'm guessing that's StarOffice or OpenOffice, since I don't have
>> either installed (in windows or linux, 250 meg of source isn't nice on
>> my dialup :) could you save that in an M$ Office format?
>> Thanks, can't wait to read and get back to you
>> On Thu, 18 Nov 2004 01:29:38 +0000, Tom Musgrove
>> <tommusgrove__ at hotmail.com> wrote:
>>> I'm doing a chart for a comprehensive comparsion between the
>>> majority of
>>> popular and useful 3d tools for animating, modeling etc.
>>> The first tab is an overview, subsequent tabs are for in depth
>>> Please download the chart, and For each feature set give an overall
>>> score (5
>>> being the best 0 being the worst, or NA if unsupported). Each
>>> feature set
>>> has its own page for a more in depth evaluation. After you have
>>> edited the
>>> spreadsheet, please email it to me LetterRip AT gmail dot com , and
>>> I will
>>> merge it with other peoples updates and then upload the most recent
>>> to the website. You are encouraged to add missing programs, feature
>>> This chart has a couple of purposes
>>> 1) To provide potential endusers an awareness of how good blender
>>> really is
>>> - (you mean blender can do that?) - in this way it can function as a
>>> 'marketing tool'. (Ie the user can quickly find whether blender
>>> meets their
>>> needs or if it can fulfill a part of their needs).
>>> 2) To provide developers ideas for things that other programs
>>> support that
>>> blender doesn't.
>>> If a feature is something that blender doesn't support, I would
>>> it if you can do a screenshot of the feature as implemented in
>>> program, or email me a link to an image, video, flash, etc. of the
>>> in another program.
>>> Once things start to get filled in, I'll export it in a format that
>>> can be
>>> directly viewable at the wiki.
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