Corona Renderer 1.4 for 3ds Max
Render times can be reduced by as much as 50 to 70% thanks to the new denoising capability, which is based on the 3D scene information and not just a 2D post-process effect, while adaptive rendering further reduces noise and grain in renders. Corona now also efficiently handles scenes with more than 255 lights.
The update also brings with it an extensive list of other improvements and features, bug fixes, and support for all versions of 3ds Max, including the recently released 2017 version, in the installer.
Full information on the changes is available on the company blog post
Corona Renderer 1.4 for 3ds Max is available for purchase on the developer's website at http://corona-renderer.com, and there is also a 45-day unlimited demo version at https://corona-renderer.com/download/.
Render Legion s.r.o. are developers of the Corona Render engine. Commercially available since 2014, Corona Renderer is fully integrated into 3ds Max, with integrated Cinema 4D and SketchUp versions in development.
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