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What is Bongo 2.0 Beta and How to Get It?




Bongo 2.0 Beta is the latest version of the animation software for Rhino, a powerful 3D modeling and rendering tool. Bongo 2.0 Beta allows you to create complex animations using keyframes, constraints, expressions, and IK (inverse kinematics). You can also use Bongo 2.0 Beta to export your animations to various formats, such as video, GIF, or FBX.


If you are interested in trying out Bongo 2.0 Beta, you need to have a valid license of Rhino 4.0 or 5.0, and download the Bongo 2.0 Beta installer from the official website. You will also need a serial number to activate the software. The serial number is provided by the developers of Bongo, who invite all Rhino users to join the beta testing program and give feedback on the software.


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To get the serial number, you need to fill out a form on the Bongo website, where you will be asked to provide your name, email address, and Rhino license key. After submitting the form, you will receive an email with the serial number and instructions on how to install and activate Bongo 2.0 Beta. You can use the same serial number for multiple computers, as long as they are running Rhino 4.0 or 5.0.


Bongo 2.0 Beta is free to use until it expires on December 31, 2023. After that date, you will need to purchase a license of Bongo 2.0 to continue using it. The price of Bongo 2.0 is not yet announced, but it is expected to be similar to the previous version, which was $495 USD for a single-user license.


If you have any questions or feedback about Bongo 2.0 Beta, you can contact the developers through their forum, where you can also find tutorials, examples, and tips on how to use the software. Here are some more topics that you can cover in your article: What are the main features of Bongo 2.0 Beta?




Bongo 2.0 Beta introduces several new features and improvements that make animation easier and more flexible. Some of the main features are:


  • Keyframe Editor: A new window that allows you to edit and manage keyframes, curves, and expressions in a graphical way. You can also copy, paste, move, scale, and rotate keyframes, as well as create custom curves and expressions.



  • Constraints: A new way to control the movement and rotation of objects based on the position and orientation of other objects. You can create different types of constraints, such as point, distance, angle, orientation, look at, and path.



  • IK (Inverse Kinematics): A new feature that allows you to create realistic animations of articulated structures, such as chains, ropes, or characters. You can define the end point of a chain of objects and let Bongo calculate the intermediate positions and rotations.



  • Animation Manager: A new window that allows you to organize and manage multiple animations in a single file. You can also create animation sets, which are groups of animations that can be played together or separately.



  • Animation Preview: A new feature that allows you to preview your animations in real time without rendering. You can also adjust the playback speed, loop mode, and view options.



  • Export Options: A new feature that allows you to export your animations to various formats, such as video, GIF, or FBX. You can also choose the resolution, frame rate, quality, and compression options.



What are the benefits of using Bongo 2.0 Beta?




Bongo 2.0 Beta offers many benefits for animators who use Rhino as their 3D modeling and rendering tool. Some of the benefits are:


  • Seamless Integration: Bongo 2.0 Beta works as a plug-in for Rhino, which means that you can use all the features and commands of Rhino while creating your animations. You can also use any Rhino-compatible renderer, such as V-Ray or Flamingo, to render your animations.



  • Easy to Use: Bongo 2.0 Beta has a simple and intuitive interface that allows you to create animations without any programming or scripting skills. You can also use the built-in tutorials and examples to learn how to use the software.



  • Powerful and Flexible: Bongo 2.0 Beta gives you full control over every aspect of your animations, from the timing and easing of keyframes to the expression and logic of constraints and IK. You can also create complex animations using multiple objects, layers, views, cameras, lights, materials, textures, and effects.



  • Creative and Fun: Bongo 2.0 Beta lets you unleash your creativity and imagination by creating animations that are not possible or difficult to achieve with other software. You can also have fun by experimenting with different settings and options.



What are some examples of animations created with Bongo 2.0 Beta?




Bongo 2.0 Beta can be used to create animations for various purposes and applications, such as architectural visualization, product design, engineering simulation, education, entertainment, and art. Here are some examples of animations created with Bongo 2.0 Beta:


[A pendulum clock][A solar system]


[A folding chair][A walking robot]


[A roller coaster][A dancing character]


Here are some more topics that you can cover in your article: How to get started with Bongo 2.0 Beta?




If you want to start creating animations with Bongo 2.0 Beta, you need to follow these steps:


  • Download and install Bongo 2.0 Beta: You can download the Bongo 2.0 Beta installer from the official website. You need to have a valid license of Rhino 4.0 or 5.0 to use Bongo 2.0 Beta. After downloading the installer, run it and follow the instructions to install Bongo 2.0 Beta on your computer.



  • Activate Bongo 2.0 Beta: You need a serial number to activate Bongo 2.0 Beta. You can get the serial number by filling out a form on the Bongo website, where you will be asked to provide your name, email address, and Rhino license key. After submitting the form, you will receive an email with the serial number and instructions on how to activate Bongo 2.0 Beta.



  • Launch Bongo 2.0 Beta: You can launch Bongo 2.0 Beta from the Rhino menu or toolbar. You will see a new tab called Bongo on the Rhino interface, where you can access all the features and commands of Bongo 2.0 Beta.



  • Create or open a Rhino model: You can create a new Rhino model or open an existing one that you want to animate with Bongo 2.0 Beta. You can use any Rhino-compatible renderer, such as V-Ray or Flamingo, to render your model.



  • Add keyframes, constraints, expressions, and IK: You can use the Keyframe Editor, the Constraints Manager, and the IK Manager to add and edit keyframes, constraints, expressions, and IK for your objects. You can also use the Timeline and the Animation Manager to control the timing and sequence of your animations.



  • Preview and export your animations: You can use the Animation Preview window to preview your animations in real time without rendering. You can also use the Export Animation command to export your animations to various formats, such as video, GIF, or FBX.



What are some tips and tricks for using Bongo 2.0 Beta?




Bongo 2.0 Beta is a powerful and flexible animation software that allows you to create amazing animations with Rhino. Here are some tips and tricks that can help you improve your animation skills and workflow:


  • Use layers and groups: You can use layers and groups to organize your objects and animations in a logical way. You can also assign different colors and names to your layers and groups for easy identification.



  • Use snaps and guides: You can use snaps and guides to align and position your objects precisely in your model. You can also use snaps and guides to create constraints and IK for your objects.



  • Use shortcuts and macros: You can use shortcuts and macros to access frequently used commands and features of Bongo 2.0 Beta quickly and easily. You can also customize your own shortcuts and macros for your convenience.



  • Use templates and libraries: You can use templates and libraries to save and reuse your animations, keyframes, constraints, expressions, and IK. You can also import and export templates and libraries from other files or users.



  • Use online resources: You can use online resources to learn more about Bongo 2.0 Beta and get help from other users. You can visit the official website, the forum, the blog, the YouTube channel, and the Facebook page of Bongo for tutorials, examples, tips, news, updates, feedback, support, and community.



Here are some more topics that you can cover in your article: What are the differences between Bongo 2.0 Beta and Bongo 1.0?




Bongo 2.0 Beta is the successor of Bongo 1.0, which was released in 2008. Bongo 2.0 Beta has many new features and improvements that make it more powerful, flexible, and easy to use than Bongo 1.0. Some of the main differences are:


  • Keyframe Editor: Bongo 2.0 Beta has a new Keyframe Editor window that allows you to edit and manage keyframes, curves, and expressions in a graphical way. Bongo 1.0 only had a Timeline window that showed the keyframes as dots and lines.



  • Constraints: Bongo 2.0 Beta has a new Constraints Manager window that allows you to create and edit constraints for your objects. Constraints are a new way to control the movement and rotation of objects based on the position and orientation of other objects. Bongo 1.0 did not have constraints.



IK (Inverse Kinematics): Bongo 2.0 Beta has a new IK Manager window that allows you to create and edit IK for your objects. IK is a new fe


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