RapidCompact 3.0 Release

27.01.2020 by DGG

We are proud to announce the release of RapidCompact 3.0! This is a very special one for us looking back at all the efforts which led to some highly requested features; RapidCompact 3.0 is introducing :

  • Transparency Preservation
  • FBX Support (Beta)
  • Flattening Modes
  • With these new features it is easily possible to optimize a massive ammount of meshes with semi- or fully transparent materials. Also thanks to the introduction of flattening modes it is now possible to preserve nodes and scene hierarchy!

    You will find the respective tutorial very soon in our updated Documentation Portal here:

  • Transparency and Flattening Modes
  • Of course we also worked on several notable improvements. More detailed informations about the updates in our changelog which you can find in the downloads area.

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