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  • MAGIX 3D Maker 7 transforms any texts or shapes into high-quality 3D graphics and animations. A number of designs and templates in different styles, plus intuitive real-time editing and easy-to-understand tools will help you to quickly produce professional results.

    MAGIX 3D Maker 7 transforms any texts or shapes into high-quality 3D graphics and animations. A number of designs and templates in different styles, plus intuitive real-time editing and easy-to-understand tools will help you to quickly produce professional results.

  • MAGIX 3D Maker 7 transforms any texts or shapes into high-quality 3D graphics and animations. A number of designs and templates in different styles, plus intuitive real-time editing and easy-to-understand tools will help you to quickly produce professional results.

    MAGIX 3D Maker 7 transforms any texts or shapes into high-quality 3D graphics and animations. A number of designs and templates in different styles, plus intuitive real-time editing and easy-to-understand tools will help you to quickly produce professional results.

    Toutes les versions de MAGIX 3D Maker
    Version Licences Langues OS
    MAGIX 3D Maker 7 09/01/11 Essai (Shareware) Anglais
    • Windows XP
    • Windows Vista
    • Windows 7
    • Windows 8

  • All versions of MAGIX 3D Maker
    Version License Language O.S.
    MAGIX 3D Maker 7 09/01/11 Trial version English
    • Windows XP
    • Windows Vista
    • Windows 7
    • Windows 8
    Magix 3D Maker 6.02 29/08/13 Trial version English
    • Windows XP
    • Windows Vista
    • Windows 7
    • Windows 8

    Use MAGIX 3D Maker 7 with your own texts, included form templates, or freely importable graphics to create impressive 3D titles, objects, and animations.

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