Update: Chaos Vantage Update 7, Build 1.7.0 Available
Chaos Vantage, previously Project Lavina, makes real-time real simple. Getting your scene ready for real-time is often considered time-consuming and difficult. But it’s as easy as just dragging and dropping in Chaos Vantage. Even in detailed production scenes, you’ll be exploring and interacting in no time.
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Read the release notes, for Chaos Vantage Update 7, Build 1.7.0 below.
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Chaos Vantage Update 7, Build 1.7, Release Notes
- Support for normal maps
- Added white/clay mode override in the Material tab with options to preserve original material’s reflection, refraction, bump, opacity and self illumination Details
- Added global ambient occlusion option in the Lights tab Details
- Implemented Animated Geolocated sun and Sun track in the animation editor for easy sun time lapse animation Details
- Added New option in the File menu to create a new empty scene Details
- Support for 3DConnexion SpaceMouse controller
Supported output formats
- Implemented .jpg/.jpeg file type output
- Added ambient light color swatch Details
- Increased ambient light intensity limit to 1000000
- Implemented ‘Camera enqueu mode’ in Render setup dialog to add all scene cameras at once in the render queue Details
- Shows .vantage file name in recent file list and title bar after saving scene
- Camera clipping planes are now taken into account when determining the dolly/orbit/zoom pivot point
- Abort button now aborts the entire render queue
- Render dialog retains render queue when closed
- Sequence mode is not allowed when no sequence is available
- The .vrscene environment texture is not used when loading a .vrscene with an associated .vantage file
- Memory leak when HQ rendering with denoiser
- Changing a VRayLight from Plane to Dome not updating correctly
- Crash when renaming a camera
- Crash when deleting objects
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Chaos Vantage Update 6
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Posted by Michele Yamazaki