The launch of the new Studio Beta is taking us one step closer in our mission to advance the transformation of the web into 3D, enabling everyone to create, share, and experience 3D & AR content.
We truly believe that Studio Beta will represent the future of 3D design, one that is accessible and fully browser-based. It is an optimistic mission but it can't be achieved overnight or alone. That's why we're extending an invite to you.
We welcome you to try Studio Beta and let us know your thoughts by sharing them in our Community section.
The changes we're making aim to make Vectary Studio Beta the easiest way for new designers to start their journey of creating content for the web, and for professional designers to use for producing high-quality work and sharing their creative ideas.
Cut down on time it takes to properly light a scene by using our pre-sets. We've added three new Scene Effect settings: Soft Shadows, Reflections, and Ambient Occlusion.
That's right, automatically rendered 3D as you create. Great quality rendering is instant, allowing you to stay in the flow and carry out your edits. To reach the photorealistic quality standard we were aiming for, we have improved the rendering of shadows, refractions and textures.
See the "big picture" with the infinite grid. It is a simple but important change conveniently located directly in the scene.
We're aware that you might be here to work first, and play later. That's why we've created the option to choose Studio 3.0 (2020) to work in, with the option to explore the new Studio Beta.
We recommend using Studio 3.0 for already developed projects. If you do check out Studio Beta though, we hope to hear your feedback - it'll help us to ensure the best version of Vectary Studio.
That's it for now. We have some big plans ahead and appreciate your joining in on this journey. While the Vectary team continues to roll out new features and experiences, we welcome any suggestions and are happy to answer any questions you might have.
Be sure to check out our Community page, where we'll announce further changes and updates.
We're working on it (promise). Tutorials and in-tool onboarding will be added soon.
Please add any feedback on the changes to the Forum. We're checking new posts and comments daily.
That's likely due to the improved rendering method. It provides a better render experience with automatic, real-time rendering. If you want to access the old renderers (Vectary Instant or Vectary Photon), go to Menu > Settings > Open Renderer
Draw on your 3D models in Procreate thanks to the UV unwrapping feature.
Turn any static 3D object into an engaging 3D web element.