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3D Studio

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Contents: 3D Studio Tutorial; 3D Studio Reference Manual; 3D Studio User's Guide; 3D Studio Installation Guide; 3D Studio New Features; Information Pack from Gary Yost mail-in; The Script Extension flier; Texture Universe brochure; Software Registration Card; License Agreement; Liquid Speed Installation and Support Guide; Special Introductory Offer for Liquid Speed; serial port adapter; CD-ROM; 3 1/2 inch floppy disk (11)




Autodesk, Inc.


Release 4

System Requirements

Compaq Deskpro 386, 80386SX, IBM PS/2 model 70 or 80, Hewlett-Packard 80386 systems, or a true 80386-compatible (80386 CPU must be step D0 or higher). The 80486DX, 80486DX2, 80486SX, 80486SL, and Pentium CPU's are also supported, although performance has not been optimized for Pentium CPU's; A math coprocessor, which can be an Intel 80387, or an 80387-compatible coprocessor, such as Cyrix D87 for 80386-based systems. For 80486SX-based systems, you must either upgrade your CPU to an 80486DX2, and Pentium, the coprocessor is an integral part of the chip; Eight megabytes (MB) of random access memory (RAM). Using the 386|DOS-Extender from Phar Lap, 3D Studio has direct access to all the conventional and extended memory available in your computer. In addition, 3D Studio uses 386|VMM (Virtual Memory Manager); A hard disk with at least 20 MB of free disk space; A 1.2 MB, 5 1/4 inch floppy disk drive, or a 1.44 MB, 3 1/2 inch floppy disk drive; DOS operating system, Version 3.3 or later; An SVGA or Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) compatible display capable of displaying at least 256 colors in 640x480 resolution, or an RCPADI-capable display; A Microsoft-compatible mouse, a Summagraphics Summa-Sketch compatible digitizing tablet, or a DGPADI-capable pointing device; A Cd-ROM drive for accessing the World-Creating Toolkit library of texture maps, images, geometry files, and flics included with 3D Studio


3 1/2 inch floppy disk; CD-ROM


Gift of Jim Warren

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