The configuration files are:
startup.blend and userpref.blend, bookmarks.txt, recent-files.txt,
The following files are stored in:
(%APPDATA% points to C:\Users\<UserName>\AppData\Roaming)
In more recent versions of Windows it will be in:
To run Blender on a machine without OpenGl support, you would need to:
Download the opengl32.dll or opengl64.dll from this
Copy and paste the dll next to your blender.exe (the directory
would typically be: C:\Program Files\Blender Foundation\Blender)
This enables Blender to open with ...
The last version of blender that was officially compatible with Windows XP was blender 2.76. Versions after that probably won't work. You can download previous version of blender here.
To quote Martijn Berger (a blender developer) from here on why support for XP was dropped:
We implicitly dropped Windows XP when switching to python 3.5. Python
has the ...
You can install from zip directly if the zip is either:
a zipped single .py file
a zipped folder, important that it's not a zip that contains a folder first.
these will work because the folder structure is at the expected level. The __init__.py is directly inside the zip ("top level").
Sorry, there is no Android support at this time, and probably not ever. It would involve a massive coding effort for support and because blender is very cpu/gpu intensive, the devices that run it would make for a poor experience indeed.
When uninstalling (on Windows at least), you don't need to worry about this, Blender will ask you if you want to keep or remove your config files etc, simply choose the former and after reinstalling, your settings will still be there.
Additionally, if you uninstall and the version you are installing is different from the last, press Copy Previous Settings ...
Try downloading Blender from this page https://www.blender.org/download/.
Make sure you get the correct version for your operating system.
You can also download a program file that does not require installing by downloading the zip.
Simply unzip the folder to your desktop, and run the program (it will be the file "blender" and will be a program file. [or ...
Yes. Blender 2.75a works in Windows 10.
But I had some trouble making it work. After the upgrade from W8.1 to W10 it didn't work, but it was a problem of the new windows not having the correct drivers.
I didn't have to spend much time working it out. Windows 10 did, after some time and a few reboots, offer to install the correct drivers. That fixed most ...
No it doesn't modify your system, provided you are using the self-contained .zip version.
The self-contained .zip version is just that, self-contained. It will - of course - put data where-ever you tell it to. Animation output or other temporary files will be written where you tell Blender to put them. Temporary files (in C:\tmp\ by default) are deleted ...
It looks like it is having issues with the audio configuration.
Go to where Blender is installed in the Windows Explorer. The Default Installation Path is C:\Program Files\Blender Foundation\Blender.
When inside the Blender Folder, hold down the Shift key, and right-click any folder inside the Blender Folder (the 2.74 folder will work just fine), then ...
You should get "software" OpenGL:
Go to this link: http://download.blender.org/ftp/sergey/softwaregl/
Pick your OS version (86/64).
Put the opengl32.dll file into your top Blender installation folder (C:\Program Files\Blender Foundation\Blender). This should be the same location as your blender.exe file.
Blender should start.
Tech Stuff first
As most Blender Branches, they are cross-platform and can be compiled for any supported operating system. Since support for compiling Blender is out of scope of BSE, I won't go into detail on how to do it. However, the documentation gives a very good starting point: https://wiki.blender.org/index.php/Dev:Doc/Building_Blender
Note that for ...
As of June 16 2018, the current Blender version available for Raspian Stretch via apt-get is 2.78a. This is behind the current Blender 2.79c for other platforms.
You can install it with:
sudo apt-get install blender
It runs fine with full functionality, though it is slow. On a Pi 3 B+ it takes about one minute and 56 seconds to render the default scene (...
Click Append in File menu
Browse file \ Brush and select brushes you need (b for box select)
In Sculpt mode click on brush preview image and select one
Brushes will be saved in you curent file.
Thought I had it once but they disappeared once I click on one.
That mean you have not saved your brushes in Startup file. If you need these brushes ...
You can install multiple versions of Blender alongside without them interfering.
They will each have their own Preferences and scripts folder. On windows, there will be a folder for each version.
You can also use a Blender version without "installing" it by downloading the portable version.
Option 1 - Release version
Before downloading the entire repository using the 'Clone or download' button, make sure there no actual release (In most cases there is to keep development organized):
If so, click on Releases Tab and download the latest release (zip or single py file):
Option 2 - init.py folder (Clone or download)
There are lazy authors so in ...
If you carefully look while hovering the mouse, you see a text saying "Choose mirror". This means that the software can be downloaded from the US and from 3 servers in europe (Netherlands and Germany) either one should be fine for you.
The Release Candidate seems to be only released as a zip file. This can be unzipped wherever you want and run from the folder, it doesn't need to install.
If you download the latest official release of Blender, currently 2.70, then you have the option of either downloading a regular installer or a zip again.
On Ubuntu, there's a PPA, so you can run the commands in the terminal
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:irie/blender
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install blender
and you'll have one of the latest builds of Blender (read more here or visit the PPA's website here). WARNING: This won't be the official stable release, but the most recent version of Blender as ...
The biggest hurdle to getting Blender running on the Raspberry Pi is the fact that the Pi has an ARM processor rather than one that uses the x86 instruction set, which means software has to be specifically compiled for it. Currently the Blender Foundation does not provide these builds at the moment, but there are a number of builds floating around produced ...
Mid May will be the UI Cleaning. July will be the first temptive date:
Today´s Blender episode may have some answers for you:
Overall, the developers are going to be teamed up like the Avenger's end game, you know...because we don´t move on. Jokes aside, the ...
User preferences for 2.8 are now under the Edit > Preferences menu, to the right of File menu.
Saving and loading of settings has been moved into the Preferences window and is now done from a dedicated popup dialog, at the bottom left of the panel.
Autosave is on by default, meaning that any changes should be saved automatically on (gracious) exit. If Auto ...
It's usually in ~/.config/blender/$version.
Note that you can also click Install from file in the user preferences (⎈ Ctrl⎇ AltU) to have blender put the scripts where they need to be (It'll even unzip them if they are zipped):