What is a hip file and how do I open a hip file?
The Houdini software can be used to create a Houdini project file, and these files are affixed with the .hip extension and are stored in the HIP format. The Houdini application is a program classified as 3D development and animation modeling software. This means the Houdini program can be used to develop 3D objects and animated sequences. Houdini projects are stored in the HIP format, and these HIP files may contain details associated to the shape definitions of the 3D elements used in the project. 3D object surfaces, points, lines and fluids among other digital elements can be entered into a Houdini project and saved in the HIP format. Various images among other project assets may also be stored in a HIP file. Rendering these HIP project output files into digital animated 3D sequences using the Houdini software is also possible. Primarily used to develop digital 3D images and animated graphics, these rendered HIP project output files have been used in popular movies with animated scenes like Terminator Salvation and G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra among others. Batch, Escape and Master editions are the available versions of the Houdini software.
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