Install Blender 2.56a Beta in Ubuntu

Blender, the widely used open source 3D image developing software updated to version 2.56a Beta. The development team did a partial rewriting of Python API in naming conventions and in creation and access of properties. This latest version fixes over 440 bugs from the previous version (2.55 beta).

This version fixes a very bad bug in “undo” for using Cloth/Fluid sim in Blender 2.56 beta. With Blender you can do 3D modelling, animation, compositing and rendering. It has also many other features for UV mapping, simulations of fluids, coatings, particles, other non-linear simulations and for creating applications or 3D games.

To install Blender 2.56a Beta on Ubuntu Maverick or Lucid, open the terminal and type:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:cheleb/blender-svn
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install blender

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