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Verge3D for 3ds Max:
Personal License

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

$290

Affordable license for personal use, for freelancers and sole proprietorships.

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Verge3D Personal is an affordable license for freelancers and sole proprietorships.

By acquiring this license you also obtain the access to Verge3D Network, a distributed hosting and sharing platform. We provide 10Gb of storage space and 10Gb of monthly traffic for free. Verge3D apps can be self-hosted as well.

Apart from this one-time license fee, there are no any additional per-customers charges. The license includes maintenance updates throughout the year, the subscription for which can be optionally prolonged for reduced price. You can familiarize yourself with the terms of the Verge3D EULA here.

Please notice that your customers cannot be your employers at the same time! For example, if you are employed in some company, consider purchasing a Team or an Enterprise license instead.

After completing your order, the license key information will be sent to you in a email.

1 review for Verge3D for 3ds Max:
Personal License

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    3dmdlb (verified owner)

    As a 3ds Max User for many years i’m very happy that i found Verge3D! Now i have the chance to export my models direct from Max to a ready to use interactive 3D-File.
    And the most important thing for me as someone who has no programming experience: You don’t need any coding to do this step. Only a few clicks and simple settings and all necessary files are created.
    If you want to add more functions in your scene, you can use the Puzzles visual editor to create app logic, also without typing any line of code.
    Verge3D is in steady development and in each new version you can expect great new functions.
    Thanks to Yuri, Mikhail and the Verge3D Team to always have an open ear for the users and creating this great piece of software!
    I made a small example of a Website with an integrated V3D glTF-Model. The connection of the HTML-Buttons to the 3D-model is (also) done in Puzzles:
    http://aas01.3dmedialab.de/

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