PlantCatalog - Annual License

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For Unreal, Unity, 3ds Max, Maya, Clarisse, Houdini, Cinema4D, LightWave, Modo, ZBrush, Blender, VUE, PlantFactory LumenRT and more!

Unlimited 3D procedural vegetation collection for all your CG projects, from VFX and Games, to Architectural visualization.

PlantCatalog: the full perks version - includes:

  • the full plant collection in HD, LD and RT quality,
  • new plant species added every quarter,
  • the PlantCatalog Exporter standalone application,
  • all PlantCatalog integration plugins.

Static vegetation models are a thing of the past! Each one of our procedural species has a plant engine that can generate anything from game-ready vegetation to blockbuster Hero trees. But it doesn’t stop there – there’s a plethora of presets to choose from including age variations. The best part? Everything is procedural, meaning you get access to all the parameters and can modify your asset the way you want!

More information about the PlantCatalog collection and the full species descriptions is available at:


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  • 5
    Good catalog

    Posted by JR on 24th Aug 2021

    Very complete plant catalog, fast integration and good quality. Thanks!

  • 5
    Absolutely mindblowing

    Posted by John "Lin" on 9th Mar 2021

    I can't believe how incredibly detailed and powerful these assets are right out of box. There are many different species with so many parameters to tweak, and the results (which can all of course be animated) look stunning. Honestly at the price you pay for this catalog and all the variations you get, it's a complete steal and can save a developer thousands of dollars compared to either buying individual models or using alternate software - not to mention time. I'm overjoyed with how much life and detail these assets brought to my project.

  • 3
    plant catalogue and exporter

    Posted by anthony walker on 1st Jan 2021

    It is early days yet but this product is not as straightforward as the website would have you believe. It may be that I am doing something wrong but at the moment I have great difficulty in exports to blender or daz studio, which should work without any post import fiddling in these programs.
    The plants in the catalogue open well in Vue and look very good.
    The main problem with the programs that cannot deal with the native .tbf format is that the transparency/alpha maps are frequently not stored in the exported fbx or .dae options. These transparency maps are there when the plant is opened in vue and at the moment I am fixing the problem by opening matrials in vue, locating the transparency maps and exporting them individually to use in the other programs. Sometimes the black/ white has to be inverted (Daz studio). . I would be very pleased to find I am doing something wrong but at the moment export is not a seamless operation or I would have given it more stars

    [e-on] Thanks for your return on experience. All the maps should be dumped upon export - incl the transparency maps. There's absolutely no need to get into VUE to retrieve these maps.
    Check your export settings and make sure you use the "convert materials (using original texture maps) export mode in the material Export frame. Feel free to contact us on our tech support if you're still having questions. We'll be happy to assist.

  • 4
    Nice program but limited plant selection

    Posted by Paul Lussier on 22nd Oct 2020

    The application itself is great! Of the plants/trees that are available you can export them at different levels of maturity as well as seasons. You can also generate multiple variations of the same species of plant so you can have no duplication of plants. The only disappointment is that there is absolutely none of the common North American trees such as Maple, Oak, Beech, Birch, Elm. The selections that they have tend to be more exotic so for my needs the subscription was not worth the investment as I could have purchased these elsewhere. They do post a list of the plants that are in the catalogue and I recommend looking at this before purchasing. Unfortunately I did not see it prior to purchase which is not their fault. The technology however is first class and if they broaden their selection it will be a great resource.

  • 3
    plant catalog

    Posted by TAN on 26th Mar 2020

    I answer both for plant factory and plant catalog, I would like more doc & tutorials in French