Blender 2.93 LTS: All about Blender and its new LTS version available

Blender 2.93 LTS: All about Blender and its new LTS version available

Blender 2.93 LTS: All about Blender and its new LTS version available

Very recently, the Blender development team has announced the availability of its new and second version LTS, and for that reason, today we will take the opportunity to review a little everything essential that should be known about Blender and this new version "Blender 2.93 LTS".

In addition, it is good to keep in mind that LTS versions are released under the LTS release schedule created with the objective of ensuring that long-term projects can be run using a stable version of Blender, which provides critical fixes over a period of 2 years.

Blender 2.83LTS

And before entering fully into the content to be addressed, as usual, we will leave below some entries of related previous posts, so that those interested in delving into Blender and its previous LTS versions, can easily expand their knowledge after reading this current publication:

"In total Blender 2.83 presents about 1,250 corrections, support for importing OpenVDB files, support for OpenXR, eliminating noise directly in the work view using the rendering engine of cycles thanks to NVIDIA OptiX, a rewrite of the Grease Pencil, improvements in the EEVEE engine, performance enhancements, and video sequencer enhancements." Blender 2.83 an LTS version that presents several important changes

Blender 2.83LTS
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"LTS versions do not receive new features, API changes or improvements, only fixes. And any critical fixes that apply to a current LTS version (2.93) will most likely be applied to the previous previous LTS version (2.83)." Blender LTS program

Blender 2.93 LTS: Second LTS version released

Blender 2.93 LTS: Second LTS version released

All about Blender

What is Blender?

According to its developers, in the section About (About) of its Official website, Blender It is described as follows:

"Blender is the free and open source 3D creation suite. It supports the entire 3D creation process: modeling, rigging, animation, simulation, rendering, composition and motion tracking, and even video editing and game creation. Advanced users use the Blender API to create Python scripts to customize the application and write specialized tools; these are often included in future versions of Blender. Blender is well suited for individuals and small studios that benefit from its unified and responsive development process. In the showcase there are examples of many Blender-based projects."

General characteristics

Furthermore, Blender is also:

  • Multiplatform (Linux, Windows and MacOS)
  • It has support for many languages, including the Spanish language.
  • Its interface uses OpenGL to provide a consistent experience.
  • It is a community-driven project under the GNU General Public License (GPL).
  • Blender is free, but like any Free Software and Open Source project, it is open to receiving all the necessary financial support from your Community to continue its great work for everyone.
  • It has a huge and growing global user community contributing small and large changes to the code base, leading to new features, response bug fixes, and better usability.

To delve into their technical characteristics you can visit the following official link.

All about Blender 2.93 LTS

All about Blender 2.93 LTS

New arrivals

According to the following official publication of the Blender Foundation, some of the main novelties of this version, include in summary form, the following:

  1. EEVEE's depth of field rendering option has been rewritten for increased accuracy, allowing it to better handle drops and close-ups.
  2. Geometry nodes were expanded to take advantage of the attribute system: texture sampling, support volume data, and usability were improved.
  3. In the Grease Pencil functionality, the line art modifier was added to create stylized lines. In addition, it is now possible to export SVG and PDF for later editing in other programs.
  4. The modeling updates include new taper modes, which allow for more control. Surface subdivision options introduced more UV smoothing capabilities.
  5. Lighting now includes the option to add a honeycomb or grid in front of an area light. Sculpting, animation, and rigging have also received updates.

More useful information

In case you need to know more about how to use Blender and its latest versions, you can access your online manual, in multiple languages. In Spanish, it is not fully translated, but it can be accessed through the following link.

Meanwhile, for downloading and use, you can directly access your Download Section through the following link.

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