Bryce 3d 3

Category: Multimedia
Year: 1997
Description:The first version of the Bryce 3d landscape generation program to be released by MetaCreations, and also the first version to include stable scene animation. The rendering methods for skies and atmosphere were overhauled for the following version, making this version probably the definitive package for "old school" looking Bryce renders.
Manufacturer: MetaCreations
Localization: EN
OS: Windows 9x/ME

Files to download

#14844Bryce 3d.zip29.4 MB0xAF016FA4


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On Monday June 21, 2021 hamburgerhelper said:

The link lastivka01 shared didn't work for me, if this also happens to you I recommend using this link and downloading the version at the top: http://toastytech.com/files/se​tup.html
(its the same site btw no shady stuff)

On Sunday May 2, 2021 Javis said:

Just to add onto the last comment; it's forced fullscreen with no way to make it windowed from what I can tell. You can however make the UI scale better by going into document setup by moving the cursor to the top of the screen and clicking "file". This of course will also result in a larger render as well.

On Friday March 12, 2021 lastivka01 said:

Although this program can be installed and used in Windows 10, you will need to use a replacement setup file, as the original one is a 16-bit one, and will refuse to install on a 64-bit system. The original setup file can be replaced with the one available from: http://toastytech.com/files/Is​3Engine.zip
After unzipping the Bryce zip file, replace the setup.exe file in the folder with this replacement one, and it will install! This trick will work with any old 16-bit Installishield installer. Read more here:
https://reactos.org/forum/view​topic.php?f=22&t=10988
By the way, before first starting Bryce, make sure you copy the crack.exe file into the Bryce program folder, and after staring Bryce, type into the box the following registration info:
NAME: RiSE
COMPANY: RiSE
SERIAL: 200500001507800
Although the program window can be maximised on your screen, the actual working area remains very small - in line with its 1997 vintage! :)