For a list of all the updates, see the release notes. Find more detailed information, links to instructions on using the new features, and the webinar video, below.
Download and install VStitcher 2019 April Edition from here.
If you are on a version older than 8.0 but have a valid Annual Maintenance Contract, you need to update your license key. For further information, refer to Retrieving a C2V File and Applying a V2C File.
If you need to renew your contract and are interested in VStitcher 2019 April Edition, contact email@example.com.
Showcasing and Collaboration
Now you can create and share your own asset libraries.
The available settings and properties for 3D export have been enhanced to better support a wider range of third-party 3D software, and the use of scripts in automatic conversion operations. For example, you can now specify the version and type of the FBX format.
The U3M format is an open standard. It can be used to create and share your own asset libraries.
You can now add fur to more elements.
Available as an optional extra, the new folded shirt feature produces photo-realistic, true-to-life 3D images of a folded shirt, with the ability to edit in 2D and 3D.
Design Visualization and Styling
This backward compatible feature enables more true-to-life real output, ensuring an enhanced richness of materials.
The new colorways user interface means you can view and work on all colorways together, making it even easier to manage and edit colorways.
This feature is extensively enhanced with additional properties and a redesigned user interface separating the available tools and properties.
Enables configuration of the application so that when you use an AI file for artwork, all edits to the original AI file are automatically replicated in all colorways.
Enables configuration for color conversion.
The group feature allows you to group elements for easy edit and manipulation.
The lock feature means you can protect elements from unintentional changes.
The existing hide functionality and usability is enhanced.
This feature brings together the behavior of Lotta and VStitcher regarding artwork, delivering consistency in the applications.
The ability to reduce intermediate points on lines.
Ruler measurements are now displayed as 2D and 3D lengths.
You can add a copyright statement to your designs, and the system generates a suitable warning notice.
Automatic backup of the file you are working on.
The following webinar video shows you some of the new features in this edition.