Vue 7 PLE: Render And Animate 3D Landscapes For Free

Vue 7 PLE is a free version of Vue 7. It is called Free Personal Learning Edition because it's for non commercial use.

The Free Personal Learning Edition (PLE) is a fully functionnal version of Vue 7.5 Infinite/xStream (selection of Infinite or xStream is done during installation).

Here's a presentation video of Vue 7:

Vue is a rendering application in which you can create natural landscapes, and also import 3D models to be rendered inside these landscapes. You can also create animated films of your landscapes, but Vue is often used for renders.

You can save your work, render without size limit, and it never expires. As said, PLE is for personal, non-commercial use only, files cannot be exchanged with other PLE users and are not compatible with other versions of Vue, renders may be watermarked and carry a logo.

I must say that I tried Vue and could not make a decent and fast render. To be true, neither a slow and decent render. I have seen stunning images of renders made with Vue, so I suppose that you get the most of the application if you use the feature that it has to render a same scene using multiple computers. In that case, you can set rendering parameters to maximum. Anyway, a very powerful machine is recommended.

-Jordi R. Cardona-

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