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Cal3dViewer 1.0.1

Cal3D is a skeletal based 3D character animation library written in C++


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  • Last Updated: May 5, 2010
  • License: LGPL Free
  • OS: Windows XP/2000/NT
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Cal3dViewer is a Photo & Image software developed by Ehsan Kamrani. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Cal3dViewer:

Brothersoft Editor: Cal3D is a skeletal based 3D character animation Library written in C++ in a way that is both
platform-independent and graphics API-independent. It was originally designed to be used in
a 3D client for Worldforge, but evolved into a stand-alone product which can be used in many
different kinds of projects.

Cal3D's essentials can be boiled down to 2 parts: the C++ library and the Exporter. The
exporter is what you would use to take your characters (built in a 3D modeling package) and
create the Cal3D-format files that the library knows how to load. The exporters are actually
plug-ins for 3D modeling packages. This allows 3D artists to use the modeling tools that
they're already comfortable with.

The C++ library is what you would actually use in your application, whether it's a game or a
VR application. The library provides methods to load your exported files, build characters, run
animations, and access the data necessary to render them with 3D graphics.

Cal3D models use ".csf"(skeleton file), .cmf (mesh file), .crf (material file) and .caf (animation
file). Each model may have more than one mesh, material and animation, but only one
skeleton. We usually write the name of these files in a text file to access to those names via
this file.
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