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

What is KeyShot?

KeyShot is a 3D rendering program for animators and product designers that have gone through several iterations. Users can import 3D files straight into the program, then apply colors, finishes, and materials onto that structure using the program’s wide library of options. The program provides options for selecting an object’s environment and allows users to tweak lighting settings using natural lighting algorithms. Camera adjustment is also modeled after real-life camera setting options, and backgrounds can be altered as needed.

Users can also choose to install a KeyShot plug-in to integrate the application more closely into their existing 3D design software. Alternatively, the two programs can be linked (but not combined) for a more seamless workflow. It can make use of multi-core hardware and multi-thread systems, so better computer rigs will be able to get more power out of the program. It adapts its resource usage to meet the available resources of the user’s system, though, so those with less powerful hardware setups should still be able to get decent performance out of it as long as they meet the minimum system requirements for the application.

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File types supported by KeyShot

Our users primarily use KeyShot to open these file types:

About file types supported by KeyShot

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Last updated: : July 25, 2014