graphics/blender

Fully integrated 3D graphics creation suite
Directory:
graphics/blender (package's history)
Package version:
blender-2.69r1
Home page:
http://www.blender.org/
License:
gnu-gpl-v2
Source archive:
http://download.blender.org/source/blender-2.69.tar.gz
Description:
Blender is a suite of tools enabling the creation of and replay of linear and real-time, interactive 3D content. It offers full functionality for modeling, rendering, animation, postproduction and game creation and playback with the singular benefits of cross-platform operability and a download file size of less than 2.5MB. Aimed at media professionals and individual creative users, Blender can be used to create commercials and other broadcast quality linear content, while the incorporation of a real-time 3D engine allows for the creation of 3D interactive content for stand-alone playback or integration in a web browser. Originally developed by the company 'Not a Number' (NaN), Blender now is continued as 'Free Software', with the sources available under GNU GPL.
Run dependencies:
boost-libs>=1.48, boost-libs>=1.48, boost-libs>=1.48, boost-libs>=1.48, boost-libs>=1.48, boost-libs>=1.48, freetype2>=2, glew>=1.5, glu>=7, libXi>=1, libjpeg, libpng>=1.2.9, libstdc++, libtiff>=3, mesa>=6.5
Build dependencies:
boost-headers>=1.48, cmake>=2.6, digest>=20080510, g++>=3, gcc>=3, patch>=2.0, pax, pkg_install>=20110805.7, tnftp>=20091122
General options:
debug
Produce debugging information for binary programs
ffmpeg
Enable ffmpeg support
c++-compiler alternatives:
g++
Use the GNU C++ compiler
clang++
Use the LLVM C++ compiler
ccache-g++
Use ccache and the GNU C++ compiler
ccache-clang++
Use ccache and the LLVM C++ compiler
c-compiler alternatives:
gcc
Use the GNU C compiler
clang
Use the LLVM C compiler
ccache-gcc
Use ccache and the GNU C compiler
ccache-clang
Use ccache and the LLVM C compiler
python alternatives:
python33
Use python-3.3