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Comparing to advanced 3D Graphics packages, ZModeler is not intended to produce very detailed 3D models required for photo-realistic renderings; rather than that, you are supposed to use this software for low or average-detailed 3D models that you need for realtime rendering in games.
The more accurate you create and texture 3D models, the better they look ingame. On the other hand, high-detailed models, even while they look much more impressively, can and usually cause slowdown of game's performance and sometime make gameplay unsatisfying. A proper balance of details, texture-work and polygons optimization is what 3D artist should be aimed to.
To show you an excelent images on the screen while playing 3D games, your computer performs hard computations, called Rendering. At this time, it translates 3D models to 2D image, using objects location, viewer location and different lighting and shading techniques. Modern games use dozen of rendering techniques to produce exciting result, but this result is, in general, based on a quality of models and textures used. All 3D environment is made of separate models, which are shown alltogether in game. Most of them are separate objects, models (and usually files).
In ZModeler, your work is to create these separate models, put them in proper files and view result in game. ZModeler performs standard Direct3D-based rendering too, so you can see what you are modelling, but most of effects (like dynamic reflections and shadows, light glow and other game-specific effects can only be viewed when game engine performs its rendering simply, playing the game with your modified or created models.
The current ZModeler2 branch has a revised user interface, and adds new functions. Since version 2, ZModeler is no longer proposed as a feature-full freeware. Once activated, it becomes possible to use filters and plugins to import and export models of various other formats, including formats for computer games. ZModeler2 has a new rendering engine, and adds several more functions. It sports a vastly different user interface than ZModeler1. Additionally, ZModeler2 supports quadrilateral polygons, a major step-up from ZModeler1.