Intended for new and basic 2D users, this webinar will help you sharpen your grading skills. Our presenter Emanuel Sepulveda, Technical Services Specialist, will show around the grading tools available in Optitex, and teach you how to check and perfect your grading and fit.
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Get an overview of O/Cloud Collaborate, the first web-based Software as a Service (SaaS) solution offering visual collaboration specifically geared to the fashion industry. Enjoy the photorealistic 3D viewer and go through live scenario and demo!
In this webinar, we are presenting the latest features that were released in Version O/15.6. Version O/15.6 includes many enhanced features such as a seam & stitch manager which makes your 3D content look more realistic and save content creation time, and an improved workflow for creating puffy garments.
Getting Started with Optitex?
The Optitex Help Center contains documentation, release notes and links to helpful information to help you learn how to use Optitex products, including: PDS, 3D, Marker, and CutPlan. Click here to access.
Does Optitex run on a MAC?
Currently, Optitex does not support Mac O/S. However, you can use dual-boot utilities, such as Boot-Camp, to run Windows on a Mac computer.
What are the minimum, recommended system requirements?
To run Optitex successfully on your computer, make sure you have the recommended requirements as listed here.
What operating systems can Optitex run on?
To run Optitex successfully, please see the list of various operating systems Optitex supports here.
In what languages is Optitex software available?
Optitex is available in 23 Languages, including Arabic, Bulgarian,Simplified Chinese , Traditional Chinese, Croatian, Dutch English, French , German , Greek, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese , Portuguese Brazilian, Russian, Romanian, Slovak, Spanish, Thai and Turkish.
Can I open other CAD system files in Optitex ?
Optitex offers direct converters from Lectra MDL files, Gerber Zip files and Investronica EXP files. These CAD files can be imported into Optitex or converted to Optitex files. Most CAD systems can export their styles to standard CAD format such as DXF or AAMA which can be imported into Optitex.