You can install Adobe Dimension and other Creative Cloud apps on up to two computers. If you want to install it on a third computer, deactivate it on one of your previous machines. Learn more about activating and deactivating Creative Cloud apps.
Adobe Dimension is a 3D design tool that combines high visual quality and ease of use for designers. To create realistic objects, Adobe Dimension uses materials defined in NVidia's Material Design Language (MDL). Adobe is working alongside NVidia and other partners to create a standard material template called the Adobe Standard Material.
The Adobe Standard Material simplifies and abstracts some of the more complex and technical aspects of features available in MDL to present an easier and more intuitive interface for non-3D-familiar users.
To know about the properties exposed in the Adobe Standard Material and the texture map types that can be used for each property channel, see Adobe Standard Material properties.
Lighting in 3D is modeled after real-world physical lighting which is different from creating lighting effects in 2D applications. To learn more, see Lighting in Adobe Dimension.
To know what’s new in the latest releases, see the New features summary and update directly from the Creative Cloud desktop application.
To see what features are currently under consideration, vote on features you’d like to see added, or suggest your own new ideas, visit the Adobe Dimension feedback site.
3D assets are, in general, larger than 2D assets. Adobe Dimension uses multi-threading and can consume as much computing power as is available on your computer. For this reason, it runs much faster on more recent multi-core hardware. Check the minimum and recommended hardware specifications.
If your computer is not quad-core and does not have at least an Intel i5 (or equivalent) processor, Adobe Dimension may run a little slow. Operations like loading scenes and applying complex materials to 3D models may take significant time.
Adobe Dimension is a complex 3D application that uses multiple methods to display 3D graphics. The hardware requirements for 3D applications are higher than 2D applications. To learn more, see Optimize Adobe Dimension's performance.
You get this error when your system is using an outdated version of Intel driver with a known issue, which results in Adobe Dimension being unable to display graphics. Updating to the latest version of the video card driver released by Intel resolves this error.