Two weeks ago I told you about True BoxShot as a tool for creating 3D renderings of boxes and books. Today we’re going to look at another similar product called Box Shot 3D. Overall they do similar things, but Box Shot 3D has a larger library of products that it can render. Not only can it render the shapes it provides, it can render a 3DS (3D Studio) file. For those running on a 64-bit operating system, it will give you faster performance and larger images.
So which one of the products should you use? I like aspects of both of them. Just like a lot of products, I wish I could combine the best of both. The best suggestion I can give you is to look closely at each product, try out the free trials and then decide which product best meets your needs. I may just use both of them based on the project I am rendering.