Xara 3D software: Enter into the third dimension with ease!
As the name suggests, 3D software lets you generate various three-dimensional objects.
Normal pictures have two dimensions: height and width. With a spatial image, i.e. a 3D image, the third dimension depth is added. From geometric figures through to lettering, such as 3D animation, this kind of software can create everything that the inclined user needs in 3D. A distinction is made with 3D software, for example, there is software used to create and animate entire three-dimensional scenarios and software that can only model three-dimensional objects.
Computer games and the feature film industry work with the former. It is also used by architects for planning buildings, product development in the industry and research purposes. This software, however, is extremely complex and can only be operated effectively after a long training period. The German software specialist MAGIX, however, offers arguably one of the simplest programs available in the field of photo editing today: Xara 3D Maker. This software belongs to the second category that is limited to 3D modeling. This, however, makes it perfectly sufficient to create spatial graphics for private use.
This 3D software lets the user easily create everything that they want to see in three dimensions: logos and buttons for their own website, animated titles for video and slideshows, artistic lettering and of course, every element that is useful in presentations (diagrams, figures, etc.). A wide range of ready-made designs and templates with different styles provide the perfect inspiration. The handling is so easy that even those who only rarely use a PC can quickly become familiar with the 3D software from Xara.
They simply click the object, regardless whether it's text, button, or graphic. The 3D tool is then selected and the levels that were once flat are given a distinctive depth. By keeping the mouse button pressed down, the user can select how deep the selected object should be. The object can then be rotated and examined from from all sides. The program's technology uses vectors. This describes the primitive geometric shapes, such as circles, lines and polygons in a formula. Vector graphics can thus be scaled to any size, since it only requires changing one factor in the formula. In contrast, pixel-based raster graphics, such a photographs, have a fixed number of pixels that cannot be changed without compromising quality. If the graphics are to be enlarged, this is performed through interpolation - the calculation of the additional pixels between the existing pixels. With Xara 3D Maker, you don't need to worry about such complicated issues. Simply create your own 3D graphics by clicking and dragging them.