TurboSquid is set up in C.C.R. (Central Contractor Registration)

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We are happy to announce to all government buyers that we have resubmitted our enrollment to CCR. The Central Contractor Registration (CCR.GOV) is the primary vendor database for the U.S. Federal Government. The CCR collects, validates, stores and disseminates data in support of agency acquisition missions. In addition to CCR, we have signed up for W.A.W.F. (Wide Area WorkFlow).  If you would like more information, or would enjoy this type of billing and invoicing, you can read more about it here:  http://support.turbosquid.com/entries/20213026-government-purchasing

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One-Click Zip and Other Features

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We released some updates today. Most of them are stuff you won’t notice, including a set of improvements to our sales support systems. Here’s what you might notice:

Disabled Game-Ready certification submission: The option to submit for game-ready certification is retired. Any models currently submitted will go through the queue, and those that pass will receive the badge. Previously certified models will keep their badges. Read More

Invoices, watermarking turntables, copy to upload and a few more

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Today we released a few new features and bug fixes. Keep the feature requests and bug reports coming.

New Features:

  • Customers can now get a nicely formatted invoice, instead of just a sales receipt. There is a new “Invoice” option under the “more” pulldown in My Purchased Products and Purchase History folders. You can enter a PO#, Company Address, VAT, etc.
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Shift-Select multiple files in Add Files and more

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One of the main things that helps TurboSquid keep improving is feedback from our artists and customers. This week we added a nice feature to the Publisher suggested by an artist, along with a few handfuls of bug fixes and upgrades.

In the past,  if you had uploaded a bunch of files in the Publisher in preparation for publishing,  it could be quite time consuming to actually add them to a product because you had to check individually the box for each file you wanted. Read More

Turntable and Preview Upgrades

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After the last major release, we’ve been tweaking some of the features based on user feedback. This week saw a bundle of upgrades go out, so now is a good time to give a summary of what’s been improved.


We’ve seen a lot of artists taking advantage of turntables on their products and giving us useful suggestions for improvement. We’ve updated the system in a few ways:

  • You can now use up to 72 images in a turntable
  • Four digit padding is acceptable in naming (image-0001.jpg)
  • Both underscores and dashes are now acceptable (image-1.jpg and image_1.jpg)
  • Sequences can now start at frame 0

Full Preview

The vast majority of thumbnails that artists have uploaded since the main upgrade earlier this month are 600×600 and higher, taking advantage of the new options. Read More