New: Corona Renderer 7 for 3ds Max released!
Below, read some information from the Corona Blog.
Corona Renderer 7 for 3ds Max highlights:
- The New Physical Material. Three words that bring a world of benefits to you, including Clearcoat, Sheen, 35 presets, improved glass, and more!
- Updated Corona Sky. The PRG Clear Sky model (previously the “Improved” sky) brings you an easy and fast-rendering Volume Effect (aerial perspective), control over the Altitude of the scene, the ability to adjust how clear or overcast the sky is with Turbidity, and the choice to artistically change the Horizon Blur
- Updated Material Library. A new Masonry category, and updates to several categories to take advantage of the new Physical Material
- Faster Rendering from 5 to 50% thanks to several rendering speedups
- Updated Corona Converter to easily convert to the new Physical Material
- And more!
In the meantime, if you would like to read all the full details on Corona Renderer 7 for 3ds Max, check out the Details tab on the product page.
Try Corona Renderer 7 for 3ds Max
In addition, they’ve also added that they’ve reset previous demos so you can try it again. So, be sure to try a free trial. To be clear, the demo link is on the product page below the price, or scroll down and you’ll see a link to try it.
For those of you who have tried Corona before and your 45-day trial expired, we’ve automatically refreshed the demo period to give everyone an extra 14 days so you can try out all the new features! Simply download and install Corona Renderer 7, and you can activate the refreshed demo period right from within 3ds Max. Enjoy!
Modern advanced high performance renderer for 3ds Max and Cinema 4D
Corona Renderer delivers high-quality, physically-based shading in production rendering, all tightly integrated into 3ds Max and Cinema 4D.
Posted by Michele Yamazaki