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3D rendering solution adhering to the RenderMan(R) standard, shared libs

Aqsis is a high quality, photorealistic, 3D rendering solution. It complies with the RenderMan(R) interface standard defined by Pixar.

The RenderMan(R) standard has been used in film and television visual effects since its introduction in 1989. Pixar has used their own implementation for all of their award winning CG features, and provided their implementation for use in the visual effects of most major blockbuster films over the last 2 decades. The Aqsis project offers a way for individuals and organisations alike to gain experience with the RenderMan(R) interface without the cost of commercial software licenses.

This package contains the Aqsis shared libraries.

Package version:1.8.1-3


aqsis (1.8.1-3) unstable; urgency=low

  * Build-Depend on libtiff-dev after all, since it seems that using
    libtiff5-dev in wheezy is discouraged (see #676786, K-3D bug, for an
  * Creating man page for ptview (quells lintian warning), and update the others
    for the new upstream version

 -- Manuel A. Fernandez Montecelo <>  Sun, 10 Jun 2012 16:41:


Summary of changes in aqsis-1.8.0 

Major features

* Move to BSD licensing for all new code.
   - Partially complete; ri2rib functionality is now BSD.

* Point-based global illumination (Chris Foster)
   - Point-based ambient occlusion via occlusion() shadeop
   - Point-based color bleeding via indirectdiffuse() shadeop
   - ptview GUI for point clouds
   - bake3d() and texture3d(


This package was debianized by David Martínez Moreno <> on
Sat,  3 Mar 2007 17:19:53 +0100

Further changes by Manuel A. Fernandez Montecelo <> on
2010-06-22 20:18:59 UTC

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