Iray for Cinema 4D
Iray for Cinema 4D makes its first public appearance at the NAB show in Las Vegas, exclusively in MAXON’s booth SL9110. Tune in on Thursday, April 21, at 9:30 am for a livestream presentation by one of the first 3D designers to integrate Iray for Cinema 4D into his workflow. Or watch the recording on MAXON’s Cinema 4D site after NAB.
Over the past year, NVIDIA has brought Iray, thier physically based rendering solution, to millions of artists, animators and designers, helping them bring their creations to life faster and with more ease than ever.
NVIDIA’s suite of Iray plug-ins includes versions for leading 3D applications such as Autodesk’s 3ds Max and Maya. Iray for Cinema 4D gives 3D artists and designers the most scalable and intuitive rendering experience — from scene inception all the way through post-production. With its Live rendering feature, the plug-in provides immediate visual feedback when lighting and designing a scene, making the entire look-development process extremely interactive and intuitive.
With Iray, users can employ the physically plausible material options of the Cinema 4D material nodes and shaders, and even add their own material designs and procedural functions using NVIDIA Material Definition Language.
Iray for Cinema 4D supports the NVIDIA vMaterials library, so artists can get started on day one with a verified set of physically based materials, as well as material exchange capabilities with other MDL-compatible applications. It also supports Iray Server, NVIDIA’s distributed rendering solution that harnesses a network of machines to speed up the rendering process and make light work of users’ largest images.
NVIDIA technologies will power more than 85 partner booths on the NAB show floor, including those from Adobe, Autodesk, Blackmagic, Dell, GenArts, SGO, Vizrt and more.
Stop by the VR/AR Pavilion to see how Mettle and NVIDIA are revolutionizing 360/VR production tools for products like Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects CC.
Visit Dell’s booth to learn how Dell and NVIDIA are accelerating professional editing and motion graphics workflows.
Attend SuperMeet to hear from Oscar-nominated VFX supervisor Rob Legato on the challenging workflow behind The Jungle Book, powered by HP and NVIDIA.
Iray for Cinema 4D is now avialable in the NVIDIA web store free for 90 days, then $295 a year with a node-locked or floating license.
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