Blender 3.2.0 Released with AMD GPU Rendering Support for Linux

The free open-source 3D creation software Blender 3.2.0 was released! Finally, it adds support for AMD GPU rendering for Linux! Blender 3.2.0 introduced a new type of Cycles render pass that contains only the lighting from a subset of light sources. It’s ‘Light Groups’ which can be used to modify the color and/or intensity of… Continue reading Blender 3.2.0 Released with AMD GPU Rendering Support for Linux

Blender 3.1.0 Released with Metal GPU backend, Multi-thread Support for Geometry Nodes

The free open-source 3d modeling software, Blender released new major 3.1.0 version a day ago. Blender 3.1.0 introduced new Metal GPU backend for the Cycles renderer, contributed by Apple. It currently works on M1 computers running macOS 12.2+, and Apple computers with AMD graphics cards running macOS 12.3 or newer. The release also has big… Continue reading Blender 3.1.0 Released with Metal GPU backend, Multi-thread Support for Geometry Nodes

How to Install the Latest Blender in Ubuntu via Official Linux Tarball

For those don’t like the Snap package, this is a step by step guide shows how to install latest Blender via its official Linux tarball in Ubuntu. The latest Blender is quite easy to install in Ubuntu since it’s available in Ubuntu Software. However, it’s Snap package! For choice, the Blender foundation provides the portable… Continue reading How to Install the Latest Blender in Ubuntu via Official Linux Tarball

How to Install Blender in Ubuntu 20.04, 21.10 [All the Ways]

This tutorial shows all the ways to install the 3D creation software Blender in Ubuntu, including Snap, Flatpak, native Deb packages, and compile from source tarball. Blender is a free open-source software for creating animated films, visual effects, computer games. It’s available to install in Ubuntu via a few different package formats. Here you may… Continue reading How to Install Blender in Ubuntu 20.04, 21.10 [All the Ways]

How to Install Blender 2.93 LTS via Another PPA in Ubuntu 20.04, 21.04

The free and open-source 3D modeling software Blender 2.93 was announced as LTS (Long Term Support) release. Blender 2.93 is the last major milestone of the 2.x series. And the next Blender 3.0 is under development now. “Blender 2.93 brings 22 new nodes to the Geometry Nodes editor, mesh primitives support, adds the much anticipated… Continue reading How to Install Blender 2.93 LTS via Another PPA in Ubuntu 20.04, 21.04

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