Boundary First Flattening (BFF) Alternatives

    Boundary First Flattening (BFF) is described as 'Boundary First Flattening is a open source application for surface parameterization. Unlike other tools for UV mapping, BFF allows free-form editing of the flattened mesh, providing users direct control over the shape of the flattened domain'. There are five alternatives to Boundary First Flattening (BFF) for Windows, Mac and Linux. The best alternative is UVLayout. Other great apps like Boundary First Flattening (BFF) are Unfold3D (Paid), RizumUV Virtual Spaces (Paid), Ultimate Unwrap 3D (Paid) and Uvmapper Pro (Paid).

    This page was last updated Nov 13, 2018

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      UVLayout is a stand-alone application for the creation and editing of UV coordinates for 3D polymeshes and subdivision surfaces.
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      UNFOLD3D is today the preferred unwrapping tool used by major studios producing games and animation, but also by many independent artists. Polygonal Design, creator of UNFOLD3D technology, is recognized by many artists as the most efficient unfolding tool in the world.


    1. RizomUV is on an ever-evolving path towards the perfect UV mapping toolset, capable of segmenting, flattening and packing UVs without the need for days and hours of user intervention.
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    2. Ultimate Unwrap 3D is a specialty Windows UV mapping tool for unfolding and unwrapping 3D models.
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      UVMapper Professional is a stand-alone texture mapping utility for the creation and modification of UV coordinates for n-sided polygonal 3D models.

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