Welcome to ePMV
The open-source uPy plugin, embedded Python Molecular Viewer (ePMV) runs molecular-modeling software directly in several professional 3D animation applications (hosts). Uniting host and scientific software in a single interface allows users from varied backgrounds to assemble professional quality visuals and to perform computational experiments with relative ease. The combination provides:
• High quality rendering with shadows, camera effects, global illumination, ambient occlusion, etc.By enabling easy exchange of algorithms, ePMV can facilitate interdisciplinary research, smooth communication between broadly diverse specialties and provide a common platform to frame and visualize the increasingly detailed intersection(s) of cellular and molecular biology.
ePMV is free and the ePMV plugin currently supports:
• Cinema4D r12, r13, r14™
• Blender 2.49, 2.58, 2.60, 2.6.2, 2.6.8aWith the help of developers like you, this list can easily extend to include Houdini, Lightwave, SoftImage, Modo, and many others...
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New uPy (includes ePMV, autoPACK/cellPACK) installers for Cinema 4D r16 and 3D Studio Max 2015
Ludovic has released new installers for Cinema 4D r16 and for 3D Studio Max 2015. Please visit the install page to reinstall the software if you have updated your host software to one of these versions. Please let us know if you encounter issues so we can debug them ASAP. Good news for Max users, the Extension pack is no longer required because Python is now included in the 2015 edition.Thank you3dsMax 2015 64bits support specificsWe have just released an installer and an archive for the manual installation of the uPy Suite for the latest 3dsMax software v2015. This version offers more of the functionality that ePMV and autoPACK offer in the other supported hosts thanks to ...
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