Adobe has released Substance 3D Stager 2.0, the latest version of its scene layout and rendering tool.
Launched in 2021, Substance 3D Stager was the first application in the Substance product line not designed primarily for material authoring and supersedes Adobe’s older Dimension software.
Like its precursor, it is aimed at designers as well as specialist 3D artists and is intended to provide an intuitive workflow for creating photorealistic brand visualizations and product mockups.
It enables users to lay out scenes using physics-based tools to place 3D primitives or imported models and comes with libraries of readymade materials and ‘environment stages’ mimicking real-world studio lighting.
For rendering, Stager uses Adobe’s Mercury Rendering Engine, a new hybrid CPU and GPU renderer.
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