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What free software is availabe for 3D animation? I am a school teacher, and I am looking for some free software to develop 3D animation with my students. Blender is one option, but it is way too difficult for them to learn at the level that I am teaching. Any advice would be welcomed!
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Povray is the best, extremely flexible, and it's open source. Highly recommended for 3D rendering and animation.
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