Blender 3D Installation
Blender is a cross-platform open-source application to make 3D shapes and images. In this article, I will cover step by step guide to install Blender on Ubuntu.
So, let’s dive in.
Before install please make sure that your system should have following minimum requirements.
|System||64-bit dual core 2Ghz CPU with SSE2 support|
|Memory||4 GB RAM|
|Hardware||Mouse, trackpad or pen+tablet|
|Graphics||Graphics card with 1 GB RAM, OpenGL 3.3|
Blender 3D installation ways
You can install Blender using different ways. I will explain following methods step by step.
- Blender Installation from the Command line.
- Installation from Snap Store.
- Installation using Ubuntu Software Center.
Blender Installation from the Command line
Step 1: Update the system
First update your Ubuntu by using following command.
$ sudo apt update
Step 2: Install Blender 3D on Ubuntu 20.04
Now, install Blender on your system by following command.
$ sudo apt install blender
Upon successful installation, check the blender version in command line.
$ blender -v
Output should be something like this
Install Blender 3D from the Ubuntu Software Center
Step 1: Go to Ubuntu Software and search for blender.
Step 2: Select the blender software from the dropdown and click install.
Installation Blender from Snap Store.
If your system already have snap store installed, then open snap store from application.
If it is not installed on your system, you can install snap store by following this guide.