Titania X3D Editor

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Titania v3.0.4

It starts with you!

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Download Titania v3.0.4

Titania X3D Editor is the very best that CREATE3000 has to offer for professional X3D authors. Titania has everything you need to create dynamic web graphics quickly and easily.

Titania has all the tools needed to create stunning X3D scenes running fine in X_ITE. The result is that Titania X3D Editor can tackle any project you throw at it with ease.

Debian/Ubuntu Stable Version

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Titania is available for Debian and all flavours of Ubuntu on Launchpad via ppa. You can install Titania by pasting the following lines into a terminal:

Standalone Download Package for Ubuntu 17.04 Zesty

Standalone Download Package for Ubuntu 16.10 Yakkety

Standalone Download Package for Ubuntu 16.04 Xenial

Standalone Download Package for Ubuntu 15.10 Wily

Arch Linux User Repository

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Since it is sometimes a bit tricky to compile Titania successfully on other Linux systems than Ubuntu, there is a package of the latest version of Titania available for AUR, the Arch Linux User Repository which should simplify the process for you:

https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/titania-git/

AUR packages are specific for the Arch Linux distribution. They are not precompiled, they are more or less simply a script that downloads the source code, installs all dependencies and executes the commands to compile and install the software.

More information how to install an AUR package can be found at:
https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Arch_User_Repository

System Requirements

  • Titania requires at least Ubuntu 15.10 (Wily)
  • 1024 MB RAM
  • Monitor resolution of at least 1280 × 1024 pixels
  • A modern graphics card
  • Official graphics card driver from NVIDIA or ATI if possible

Install Graphics Card Drivers

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You want the best performance from your device you are going to want to install graphics drivers. These will make Titania run smoothly and let you get the best frame-rates.

Ubuntu supports most graphics hardware out of the box using free, open-source drivers. These are getting better all the time.

Learn how to install the offical graphics card driver for Ubuntu.