An voxel editor for Windows and OSX.
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Pro Easy to use
Clean user-interface. Includes features such as hue and saturation, mirror, fill, hollow, etc.
Pro Pay only for what you need
Low cost, and only pay for the extra features like terrain builder if you want to use them. Scale up as needed.
Pro Has a free version
There's a limited free version of the editor available.
Pro A lot of professionals use it
Pro Allows working with multiple model matrixes in a single window
Pro Great array of import/export options
Export as: FBX, OBJ, STL, Collada, Minecraft Schematic.
Import: VOX, KV6, Paint3D, BINVOX, Minecraft Schematic, RAWVOX, TIF, PNG, JPG, GIF, BMP.
Con No perspective camera, only orthographic
It can be confusing editing models sometimes because the camera is an orthographic one: you can't view things with a perspective camera.
Con Free version is highly limited
Free version of the editor is highly limited. It lacks import/export options and certain modifiers.
Con Missing Linux support
Con 2.0 update made the interface a bit less functional
The 2.0 update of Qubicle increased the buttons of the interface. effectively removing some of the functionality that was easily accessible before from easy reach. Now you have to pick and choose what is readily available on the main menu.
Con Features locked behind paywall
Some good features are locked behind a paywall, which costs $75 to unlock (for indie plan, includes all features) or $175 for pro.
Con Requires OpenGL support
If your computer doesn't support OpenGL 3.0, it won't open.