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Blender 2.70a is the latest stable release from the Blender Foundation
To download it, please select your platform and location. Blender is Free & Open Source Software

Blender 2.70a was released on April 11, 2014

 

The release logs for this release can be found here.

Blender 2.70a for Windows

Compatible with Windows 8 | 7 | Vista | XP

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If Blender reports an error on startup, please install the Visual C++ 2008 Redistributable Package. 32bit / 64bit

Blender 2.70a for Mac OSX

Requires Mac OS X 10.6+

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Blender 2.70a for GNU/Linux

Requires glibc 2.11. Suits most recent GNU/Linux distributions

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Source Code for Blender 2.70a

There are multiple ways to get the source code for blender. If you are going to actually try to use the source code you should really use Git to checkout the latest version. If this is of interest to you, see our getting involved with development section.

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MD5 checksum

Download the md5sum to the same directory as the source tarball and run the following command to verify the integrity of the download. $ md5sum -c blender-2.70a.tar.gz.md5sum

Bleeding Edge

Do you like the taste of danger in the morning? We got exactly what you need, daily builds.

Discover the latest features, often undocumented, unstable, and full of surprises. There might be cool bug fixes too, but we do not recommend to use this builds on production environments though. These are automatically built on our servers just like regular stable releases, but instead they use the latest snippets of magic code developers write. Every single day.

With great power comes great responsibility, go grab your daily build at the developers corner.

Congratulations!

You now can proudly use your own software for 3D creation

How do I install Blender?

To install Blender, download the appropriate package for your platform. The Windows version comes with an optional self-extracting installer, for other operating systems you can simply unpack the compressed file to the location of your choice.

Provided the Blender binary is in the original extracted directory, Blender will run straight out of the box. No system libraries or system preferences are altered.