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Adobe's Substance 3D Tools Are Now Free for Students & Teachers

The list includes all five of the Substance 3D apps, including Modeler and Stager.

Adobe has recently announced that its entire collection of Substance 3D tools can now be accessed for free by officially enrolled students and teachers at accredited higher education institutions. According to the company, college students and teachers are now eligible for the renewable 12-month educational licenses that provide access to the entire collection of Substance 3D apps, including Painter, Designer, Sampler, and Stager, as well as the upcoming VR modeling tool Substance 3D Modeler, which is currently in beta.

To apply, one will need to create an Adobe account, fill out an application form, and verify eligibility. Please note that the license is not available to self-taught students, as well as to students and teachers from countries where access or usage of Adobe's tools is restricted by local laws.

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