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Blender 3.0 Updates: Pose Library Now Official, Constraints Get an Upgrade


Blender developer Sybren Stüvel has announced in quick succession two great developments regarding the massive upcoming Blender 3.0 release.

Pose Library 2.0

The pose library is now "officially" part of the upcoming release! What this means is that this awesome new feature, based on the momentous Asset Browser project, is no longer hidden behind the "experimental" tag and no longer needs to be specifically enabled in the preferences. You can check out our previous coverage on the pose library's awesome revamp here.


Constraints are also getting some love in the form of a long-awaited quality of life feature: Three new operators in an "extras" menu to apply and duplicate constraints, as well as a Copy to Selected operator. This extends the constraints functionality in a way that is similar to what modifiers already have, and is bound to make a lot of riggers and animators very happy.

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