Hello dear members of the community.
I work as a technical editor and create assembly instructions with InDesign.
In these instructions I use images that I generate from data provided by my colleagues.
My colleagues work with Inventor / Auto-Desk. In the WINDOWS_world I published files with Jt2go.
A 3D viewer, so to speak, in which I had rotated the position of the component.
if it fits and then I created a picture which I built into the instructions.
Now the Jt2go doesn't work on the Mac. And I'm looking for a program where
I can rotate viewer files of my colleagues and create images again. However, I am not a 3D designer.
Can you recommend me something?
Many thanks for the help.
so just to be clear, you are NOT asking "what is a good product?" but instead "what will actually run on a Mac?"
answer = Blender, Unity and Adobe Premiere Pro... in that order of best to worse these are the top 3 that either include good training tutorials and-or have a large number of skilled people willing to work on them
thank you for this information.
I know these programs and have already tried them.
Unfortunately, this is not as convenient as with JT2go
And I don't have the features I need.