Infini-D was a diverse package, useful for creating print images as well as web and video media (even spawning an Adobe Dimensions-like basic 3D program aimed at print and multimedia users called LogoMotion.) It was notable for its friendly interface, and ability to queue and distribute render jobs to a render farm, freeing the artist's computer for other tasks. Distribution was initially handled through a separate program, BackBurner, but it was incorporated into Infini-D with the release of version 4. Infini-D was especially popular in the Macintosh market.
Enter A New Dimension With 3-D Modeling.(MetaCreations' Infini-D 4.5 for Windows and Ray Dream Studio 5, NewTek's Inspire 3D 1.0, and Caligari Corp.'s trueSpace4)(Evaluation)
Feb 01, 1999; These four powerful 3-D programs generate vivid, dynamic computer graphics and animation Breathtaking cinematic special effects...