For a list of all the updates, see the release notes. Find more detailed information and links to instructions on using the new features below.
Download and install VStitcher 8.0 from the Members Area of the Browzwear website.
If you are upgrading from 7.9, you must update your license dongles. Send your C2V to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you need a refresher on how to update your license, refer to Licensing Verification.
If you are on a version older than 7.9 but have a valid Annual Maintenance Contract, you need to update your license key. For further information, refer to Retrieving a C2V File and Applying a V2C File.
If you need to renew your contract and are interested in VStitcher 8.0, contact email@example.com.
Showcasing and Collaboration
The new inbuilt V-Ray ray trace rendering capability includes support for fur
Integrated rendering inside the application
Animation of avatars with different output formats
Multiple avatars can be simultaneously displayed, wearing the same or a different garment
Add shoes to your outfits
Easily share rendered turntable images
Improved batch simulation quality review capability
Design Visualization and Styling
Behavior of Lotta lines is now closer to that of internal lines in VStitcher
Set the relative layer order of each element
Set the diffuse color to have no effect on the diffuse image
Apply 2D trim to the whole of an edge or curved line
Change material, for example, from artwork to seam
Specify the alignment for a multilayered seam
Ability to clear parts of the post simulation styling
A new type of trim which simplifies the process of adding buttons of any type to your garments
A new type of trim which simplifies the process of adding zippers to your garments
Capability of using remote asset libraries inside the application
Undo and redo actions, as well as view a history of actions taken
Replace a pattern piece in a garment, while maintaining the existing settings and properties of the original piece
New pen tool option: Trace
Interface for dealing with importing DXF files into VStitcher has been improved
Naming elements of shapes makes it easier and quicker to identify them, for example, when using automated scripts