The authentic Amiga experience with the original Amiga Operating System.
AmigaOS 4.1 is coming and has seen no less than 6 free major updates and at least 88 smaller updates released since then. The new Final Edition extends AmigaOS 4.1 functionality with new features, such as the new console, the unified graphics library with RTG support and the much improved DOS, Intuition and Workbench.
PageStream is a full-featured desktop publishing program. It is suitable for all levels of publishing, from simple newsletters to color advertisements to technical books. With PageStream you can create letters, colorful schoolwork, presentations, business cards and any other type of document. Thousands of people have been using PageStream for years to realize their dreams, from rubber stamps to airline livery!
Deron Kazmaier was one of the first to develop a desktop publishing program. The first version of PageStream, known at the time as Publishing Partner, was released in 1986 for Atari ST computers. Personal Publishing magazine reviewed it and called it a “knockout program”.
Publishing Partner grew into PageStream and was released for Amiga computers in 1989. PageStream went on to win every major Amiga and Atari award. PageStream 4 is available for Windows, MacOS, Linux and AmigaOS
The AmigaOS Software Development Kit (SDK) contains everything you need to get started writing native applications for AmigaOS.
The SDK comes complete with detailed documentation to get you started.
Blender was first conceived in December 1993 and born as a usable product in August 1994 as an integrated application that enables the creation of a diverse range of 2D and 3D content. Blender provides a broad spectrum of modeling, texturing, lighting, animation and video post-processing functionality in one package. Through its open architecture, Blender provides cross-platform interoperability, extensibility, an incredibly small footprint, and a tightly integrated workflow. Blender is one of the most popular Open Source 3D graphics applications in the world.
Aimed at media professionals and artists world-wide, Blender can be used to create 3D visualizations, stills as well as broadcast and cinema quality videos, while the incorporation of a real-time 3D engine allows for the creation of 3D interactive content for stand-alone playback.
Originally developed by the company ‘Not a Number’ (NaN), Blender now is continued as ‘Free Software’, with the source code available under the GNU GPL license. The Blender Foundation in the Netherlands coordinates its ongoing development.
Between 2008 and 2010, Blender has been entirely re-coded to improve its functions, workflow and interface.