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If you are looking for fcheck, you have come to the right place. We explain what fcheck is and point you to the official download.

What is fcheck?

FCheck is an application that is installed alongside the software Maya, which is a 3D animation program from Autodesk. FCheck functions as an image viewer for the software, enabling the user to view and edit projects created with Maya.

The application allows the user to check for errors in the design by displaying the objects in two versions: embossed and as a negative. It also displays borders. Through the application, the user can perform the following editing processes: adjust the luminous intensity of the object, gamma correction, adjust saturation level, modify size and resolution, and adjust magnification.

FCheck also allows the user to view animation sequences. Playback of animation in FCheck can be controlled through hotkeys: period (.) for forward play, comma (,) for backward play and space bar to pause animation. The plus (+) and minus (-) buttons allow for speed playing or slow playing of the animation.

Maya is compatible with Windows (Windows 7 Professional SP1) for both 32-bit and 64-bit platforms. For Windows XP Professional x64 Edition, Mac OS X 10.7 and 10.8, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.2 and Fedora 14, the 64-bit version of Maya is required. Additional requirements for both 32-bit and 64-bit platforms are Internet Explorer 8 or higher, Apple Safari or Mozilla Firefox Web browser.

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File types supported by fcheck

Our users primarily use fcheck to open these file types:

About file types supported by fcheck

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Last updated: : March 9, 2013