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Corona Renderer 6 for 3ds Max

Chaos Czech launches Corona Renderer 6 for 3ds Max, a new update that delivers more realism, faster rendering, and smoother workflows in 6 new core features.

A new sky model can now accurately represent twilight and dawn, now providing results up to 2.85 degrees below the horizon. Because this model is fully procedural, it is also easy to animate, allowing for the simple creation of timelapse sunrises and sunsets. Multiple skies / suns can also be added to any scene, so artists can switch between options like twilight and afternoon using LightMix.

With the Adaptive Environment Sampler, artists can access cleaner, more precise environment lighting without adding skylight portals. Noise levels are now better.

Corona Renderer 6 Also comes with a Material Library update that brings 78 additional archive-ready resources for designers looking for even more photorealistic options that they can drag and drop into their scenes. Three new categories have been added, including flooring, rugs and ceramic tiles, as well as 13 new additions to the old concrete library.

New features include:

  • New bloom and glare controls
  • New lens effects for greater realism and creativity with the inclusion of dust, scratches
  • Texture Randomization – Automatically remove mosaic artifacts with the new UVWRandomizer option for more credibility on a scene
  • Phoenix FD Foam Backing – Simulate / coat foam for more realistic water characteristics (fountains, spas), flowing liquids and more
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