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Which 3D soft to integrate into next?

Modo
150 (29.1%)
Rhino
59 (11.5%)
Any CAD software (comment which one)
41 (8%)
Lightwave
49 (9.5%)
Vue
10 (1.9%)
Exporter Blender -> Corona standalone
85 (16.5%)
Maya
56 (10.9%)
Houdini
65 (12.6%)

Total Members Voted: 512

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2018-06-18, 23:23:25
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marqueso

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2018-07-03, 02:27:25
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Erich

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Full integration into Blender

2018-07-11, 09:50:37
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soso

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2018-07-15, 19:00:01
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ben nvl

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Currently going from Houdini to Corona via Blender's exporter, but would love a Houdini integration!

2018-08-17, 11:33:40
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Full integration into Cinema 4D!!! Please, leave the beta;-)...

2018-08-17, 12:07:45
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beanzvision

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Full integration into Cinema 4D!!! Please, leave the beta;-)...
One must have a beta before any official release. You wouldn't drive a car unless the wheels were bolted on would you? ;)

2018-09-06, 12:31:58
Reply #276

conchan

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Rhino would be great!!!

2018-10-09, 06:55:11
Reply #277

Sanekum

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Full Blender integration. Mr. Glen Blanchard doing excellent work on Blender plugin. But problem with textures in Corona 2 and above makes it one step back from production ready. Also interactive rendering will be a huge step forward.

2018-10-09, 10:14:01
Reply #278

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I vote for Maya!
Still waiting news ont that front...

2018-10-16, 13:24:53
Reply #279

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Integrate into MAYA cause it is really popular software and has great community!

2018-10-22, 10:36:09
Reply #280

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Is this forum still on going? hoping corona for blender getting developed further

2018-11-19, 17:54:11
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2018-11-21, 16:02:10
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Ondra

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yep, I still read this. It is still only for our information, trying to get some idea what the market wants, just one of many inputs we have in our development decisions
Rendering is magic.
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2018-12-10, 17:33:52
Reply #283

schelkov

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ofc maya, u already have plugin for maya, just finish it =)

2019-02-15, 18:09:49
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From what I see, the target of Corona Render is mostly the architecture industry (not movies and generic CGI like Vray). Corona team should really focus on what software is mostly used in professional architecture studios. By far they use mainly 3 softwares: 3dsMax - Rhino - Sketchup.  No one uses Maya, or Blender or other software in the big architecture studios (maybe a small percentage). In my humble opinion should be such a no brainer on what platform to bring Corona next.