alembic 1.7.15

Alembic is an open computer graphics interchange framework. Alembic distills complex, animated scenes into a non-procedural, application-independent set of baked geometric results. This 'distillation' of scenes into baked geometry is exactly analogous to the distillation of lighting and rendering scenes into rendered image data. Alembic is focused on efficiently storing the computed results of complex procedural geometric constructions. It is very specifically NOT concerned with storing the complex dependency graph of procedural tools used to create the computed results. For example, Alembic will efficiently store the animated vertex positions and animated transforms that result from an arbitrarily complex animation and simulation process which could involve enveloping, corrective shapes, volume-preserving simulations, cloth and flesh simulations, and so on. Alembic will not attempt to store a representation of the network of computations (rigs, basically) which are required to produce the final, animated vertex positions and animated transforms.

Tags graphics rendering c++ python
License Mixed
State stable

Recent Releases

1.7.1511 Sep 2020 03:15 minor feature: Remove the Doxygen file and configure it using the doxygen CMake module. . Change up the throw message for bad meta data to make it easier to test. . Forgot to add a test file to CMake. . Adding a test for Fuzzer. Address #307 by removing an unused variable that was being flagged by . . Bump compiler versions. . Undoing travis bump for now, as we can't just bump the versions, we'l . . Remove USE_DOCS and just use DOCS_PATH to determine where to install . . . . . . Bump up version, update release notes and a potential buffer overrun. . Windows found another potential overrun when reading the indexed.