Canonical and Blender for collaboration – not limited to Linux


Blender is one of the most widely used 3D modeling software in the world. It is especially popular among amateurs and film studios, among others, as the application naturalizes even the most demanding animations and models.

Canonical and Blender are reported collaboration, where the Ubuntu developer provides paid user support for users of the long-term support version of Blender.

The support provided by Canonical is not limited to the Linux version of Blender, as you might expect, but the palette also includes the Windows and macOS versions of the application. The company’s staff provides personalized support to app users for a fee.

Customers can choose from two separate service packages. There is support 24 hours a day on weekdays, or alternatively a more expensive option, 24/7 support. The price for the services is between $ 500 and $ 1,000 per year depending on the whole.


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