Adobe Substance 3D Painter
Texture 3D models in real time with this industry standard app.
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Texture 3D models in real time with this industry standard app.
Design parametric 3D assets with full control and infinite possibilities.
Create 3D materials and lights in a flash from real-life images.
Compose and render state-of-the-art 3D scenes in your own virtual studio.
Access thousands of customizable models, lights, and materials created by specialists and word-class guest artists. Modifiable parameters allow infinite variations.
Get an entitlement to Substance 3D Painter, Sampler, and Designer free of charge.
(Substance3d.com account required)
On September 30, 2022, we are permanently turning off access to all Substance3d.com accounts. With this change, you will no longer have access to content hosted on the website. Before September 30, 2022, please login to your Substance3d.com account and download your invoices and, if applicable, any perpetual license keys.
Note that your perpetual licenses will continue to work normally, and your license key files will allow you to re-activate the software if needed.
Don’t hesitate to check the dedicated FAQ if you have additional questions.
Yes, you will need to create a new account on Adobe.com for any new Adobe Substance 3D trial or plan. Go to the Adobe account page, and then click create an account.
The Substance 3D Texturing plan remains the same as the Substance Indie subscription. To purchase a subscription for the Substance 3D Texturing plan, visit the plans page.
No. Substance 3D apps are sold exclusively in the Adobe Substance 3D plans. The four Adobe Substance 3D apps are included at no additional cost in the Creative Cloud All Apps plans for Higher Education colleges and universities.
All subscriptions are available on Adobe.com.
If you would like to ensure continued service of your Substance 3D tools, you will need to purchase an Adobe Substance 3D plan on Adobe.com.
The Adobe Substance 3D Texturing plan includes Painter, Designer, and Sampler apps, and up to 30 3D assets (materials only) per month. The Adobe Substance 3D Collection plan includes Painter, Designer, Sampler, and Stager apps, and up to 50 3D assets (materials, models, and lights) per month. The Adobe Substance 3D Collection for Teams plan includes the four apps, 100 3D assets, 1TB of storage, and easy license management.
Yes, Steam licenses are still available. Steam licenses are perpetual and include updates for one calendar year, are tied to a Steam account, and require the Steam client application to run.
Yes. You can get a 30-day free trial to any Substance 3D app.
Yes, the Adobe Substance 3D Collection for Enterprise.
Substance Automation Toolkit remains accessible for Indie accounts on Substance3d.com. We are working on creating a dedicated toolkit for plugin developers: go here to tell us what you would expect from it and take part with us in this new Substance 3D developer community.
The materials previously found on Substance Source can now be accessed through the Adobe Substance 3D Assets platform, along with new asset types such as 3D models and environment lights for Adobe Substance 3D Collection subscribers.
Substance Source is now Adobe Substance 3D Assets. Besides an updated user experience and new interactive 3D previews, you will find 3D models and environment lights.
On September 30, 2022, we are permanently turning off access to all Substance3D.com accounts. With this change, you will no longer have access to content hosted on the Substance 3D Assets (formerly named Substance Source) platform via your Substance account.
For options that may be available to you concerning your Substance 3D Assets (formerly named Substance Source) download points and license history, please refer to the information in our end-of-life FAQs.
Your Adobe Substance 3D plan includes 3D assets, available to download every month. All assets are royalty free and usable across all your commercial and creative projects. Substance 3D Assets are not included in the Higher Education Creative Cloud All Apps EDU plan.
Substance Share is now Adobe Substance 3D Community Assets. Assets uploaded on Adobe Substance 3D Community Assets remain free and follow the same licensing as the recent version of Substance Share (free to use for personal and commercial projects alike).
The Substance 3D texturing apps are still available for free for Students and Teachers on Substance3D.com. The four Adobe Substance 3D apps are also included at no additional cost in the Creative Cloud All Apps plans for Higher Education colleges and universities. Substance 3D Assets are not included in the Higher Education plan. K-12 institutions do not have access to this offer at this time.
After you subscribe, the Adobe Substance 3D apps will be available on Adobe.com or in the Adobe Creative Cloud desktop application to download and install.
On September 30, 2022, we are permanently turning off access to all Substance3d.com accounts. The Substance Launcher was deprecated in June 2021. You will be able to use the Substance Launcher until September 30, 2022.
If you are using the Adobe Substance 3D builds (released after June 21, 2021), Substance Launcher features are incompatible. The team is working on improving interoperability among our apps.
Sign up for early access to the private beta and we will notify you if you are selected.
Adobe Medium is still free and can be downloaded through the Oculus Store.
More powerful hardware and graphics processors improve the experience with the Substance 3D apps.
Adobe Aero is not included in the Adobe Substance 3D plans, as Aero is a free app on both mobile and desktop.
The Painter, Designer, Sampler, and Stager apps are compatible with M1 via emulation mode.
Linux builds of the Substance apps aren’t available via Individual Adobe Substance 3D subscriptions. At this point the Linux version is only available on Steam for Substance Painter & Substance Designer. For Teams & Enterprise plans on Adobe.com, please contact email@example.com.
Substance Academy is now Adobe Substance 3D Learn. Get the latest courses and tutorials for the Adobe Substance 3D apps. Learn more about Stager, Painter, Designer, and Sampler here
Please visit our forums for more information.
The Substance General Terms and Conditions would still apply to your use of Substance 3D Assets. Note that all references to Substance Source in the Substance General Terms and Conditions shall mean the Substance 3D Assets.
Stager is a new 3D app to compose and render 3D scenes that offers a variety of new features.
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