KeyShot 5 Review in June 2014 Issue of Develop3D

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The latest issue of Develop3D is out and you’ll want to download one or two copies (or read it here). In it, Al Dean takes a look at KeyShot 5 and the snappy new features, but also looks the import options, discuss workflow (and how KeyShot helps with that), plus provides a step-by-step on the new Perspective Matching tool.

“Once again, KeyShot’s simplicity belies its power. The fact that you can load up a model, throw on the materials and textures, chuck in an environment and back plate, and render it, without too much preamble, knob twiddling and general fannying about, is the perfect mix.”

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