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|initialrelease    = January 2, 1994
 
|initialrelease    = January 2, 1994
 
|latestrelease    = 2.83.5
 
|latestrelease    = 2.83.5
|writtenin        = C, C++, and Python
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|writtenin        = C/C++/Python
 
|os                = Windows and UNIX-like systems
 
|os                = Windows and UNIX-like systems
 
|platform          = Cross-platform
 
|platform          = Cross-platform

Latest revision as of 08:00, 11 September 2020

Note  Modern versions of Blender (2.5+) no longer natively support the AC3D file format, FlightGear's most common 3D format. See Howto:Working with the AC3D file format in Blender for information on using Blender add-ons.
Blender
Blender logo
The Cessna 172P Model loaded into Blender
The Cessna 172P Model loaded into Blender
Developed by Blender Foundation
Initial release January 2, 1994
Latest release 2.83.5
Written in C, C++, Python
OS Windows and UNIX-like systems
Platform Cross-platform
Development status Active (1994-present)
Type 3D Modelling Software
License GNU General Public License
Website

Blender is a open source 3D content creation suite available for all major operating systems under the GNU General Public License and available for free. [1] Many FlightGear developers use Blender, and there are a lot of articles on the FlightGear Wiki about using it.

Related content

Blender articles

Aircraft modeling tutorials

Specific to FlightGear

  • How to model a Breguet Br-761 "Deux ponts" (English, French) by Helijah

General tutorials

General modeling tutorials

External links