View Full Version : Another Freeware CAD program you might NOT know about

11th Jul 2002, 03:20
TSREditor (The Software Revolution Editor)



I haven't tried this one yet but I think it could help in particular areas of Level Editing (like making animations or creating objects) ! I found it looong ago but somehow I forgot to tell you about it (sorry). Check the official site for more information and screenies (the link above). And here's a brief overview of this program:

TSREditor :

TSREditor is a new and easy to use program designed to develop powerful graphic demonstrations and 3D games without any knowledge of computer programming and math.
With a simple and intuitive interface TSREditor allow you to build 3D worlds and characters with textures, materials, lights that you can combine with input resources and what you need to create your own application. TSREditor offers even articulated animation features so you can create and edit whit a keyframe system your 3D sequences. Examples, and a sort of Explorer useful to launch and share any production written using TSREditor
Some features:
- A good set of base objects (cubes, spheres, cones, cilinders ...)
- Traslation, Rotation and Scaling
- Object oriented hierarchy, with tree visualization
- Lighting with Ambient, Diffusion and Specular methods
- Rendering with multiple textures with different methods (eg: modulate, modulate 2x, add, subtract, dotproduct ...)
- Animated textures
- Texture wrapping
- Blending and alphablending
- Browsing features
- ... a lot others


You can download it directly from here (http://www.tsrevolution.com/setup/TSREditorSetup.exe)

11th Jul 2002, 04:29

I remember using a free CAD program a long time ago. It had an interface similar to Metasequoia (except the buttons were at the bottom) i got it off www.download.com

But the TRLE didn't even exist back then.

11th Jul 2002, 11:15
thanks The Mask, that should be really useful, I'm getting quite used to Metasequoia now, the important question is....does it let you import/export/save DXF files? :)

11th Jul 2002, 14:46
No it does not.

and the interface leaves much to be desired.

13th Jul 2002, 11:18
Hang on in there, I'll have some good news on this software for you soon :) (hopefully)
Check back soon...

13th Jul 2002, 11:55
Kewl looks good , you can never have enough 3D progs as they all do something different . 3D Canvass is free to but you get what you pay for :p

13th Jul 2002, 13:19
Ive just found a list of LOADS of 3D software some free some shareware


worth a look :rolleyes: