|Genetica Viewer is a free seamless texture rendering application. It comes with hundreds of royalty-free textures of various types, all perfectly seamless and ready to go at resolutions up to 3,000 x 3,000!|
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36|
|OS||Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003|
|Author||Spiral Graphics -||
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Genetica Viewer is a free seamless texture rendering application that allows artists to make use of textures that are saved in Genetica's powerful texture format. Genetica Viewer is capable of rendering textures at any resolution up to 3,000 x 3,000. Genetica textures include embedded effect maps for use with any channel supported by your 3D environment, including bump and specular. Genetica Viewer can make a number of adjustments to each material, such as re-randomizing the texture, zooming the texture while maintaining seamless edges, and color adjustments. With hundreds of included textures of all types, automatic seamlessness, resolution-independence, and unprecedented flexibility, Genetica Viewer will help you revolutionize your textures.
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256 MB RAM, .NET Framework
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