Blender 2.67 Nears With New Features
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 27 April 2013 at 02:28 PM EDT. 6 Comments
A new release candidate build of version 2.67 for the Blender modelling software is now available. The Blender 2.67 update will be introducing several new features.

As outlined in the development release notes, Blender 2.67 is bringing with it is improved compositing nodes, subsurface scattering for the cycles rendering, improvements to the motion tracker, and Freestyle as an edge and line-based non-photorealistic rendering engine.

The latest release candidate builds for Windows, Linux, and OS X of Blender 2.67 is available from this directory.
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