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If anyone can tell me which software is being used for creating such type of animation in the video. YouTube Link: https://youtu.be/LgB3UxdLu2c?si=c77aG-ixlt9uUypd

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    There's no way to tell which software was used on a video, but it will be something like Blender - a 3D modelling and animation tool. There's a Blender Stack Exchange if you get stuck.
    – Billy Kerr
    Feb 12 at 9:02
  • Also note that video software and video editing questions are generally off-topic here anyway. There's also Video Production Stack Exchange.
    – Billy Kerr
    Feb 12 at 14:06

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I'm with the comments from earlier - I think this is perhaps off-topic for our Graphic Design forum.

That said, I'll add that in fact I don't think a DCC tool like Blender or Modo was used for this - I think it was a physics sim tool embedded in an engineering 3D CADD tool like Solidworks, Catia, Onshape etc.

Could even be the open-source mesh and CADD with post-processing physics sim tool called gmesh - often used in concert with FEA (Finite Element Analysis) tools, or CFD (Complex Fluid Dynamics) tools. See https://gmsh.info for further details on that toolset.

If I were tasked with creating this, I'd do it in blender or Modo myself - simplest and quickest for me and my learning curve.

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  • Honestly, the examples from that video could've been done with Blender (or almost any 3D software) using basic modifiers. Not very complex physics going on there.
    – Luciano
    Feb 28 at 11:12

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