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Which 3D soft to integrate into next?

Modo
152 (26.7%)
Rhino
67 (11.8%)
Any CAD software (comment which one)
43 (7.6%)
Lightwave
49 (8.6%)
Vue
11 (1.9%)
Exporter Blender -> Corona standalone
107 (18.8%)
Maya
65 (11.4%)
Houdini
75 (13.2%)

Total Members Voted: 565

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2019-10-27, 03:03:33
Reply #300

nicolas_nqn

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Hi, most architects use Sketchup and most architects use corona, i was part of the of the group of people testing corona on sketchup, please bring it back....

2019-10-30, 22:58:07
Reply #301

Mohammadreza Mohseni

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Unreal and SketchUp integration would be great.

2020-02-29, 12:30:13
Reply #302

iAlex

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I know a lot creative Maya artists, who would be happy about such a renderer with creative lighting (lightmix)…
As we already have Vray for Maya, I don't understand why there still isn't Corona.

2020-02-29, 15:26:54
Reply #303

Philip kelly

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2020-03-01, 09:31:21
Reply #304

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2020-03-01, 19:37:13
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2020-05-27, 17:03:31
Reply #306

kakashi

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Hi, most architects use Sketchup and most architects use corona, i was part of the of the group of people testing corona on sketchup, please bring it back....

Same here. I miss corona but the office I'm in only has sketchup. I'm currently triyng to get my head around using vray next. If there was a sketchup exporter and a standalone corona I'd be very happy.

2020-06-10, 21:35:54
Reply #307

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Full Blender integration just has to happen one day. There are studios switching over to Blender right now as it gets better and better with each update. For many artists that would like to switch to Corona from Blender the only thing that keeps them from doing so is the fact that you need to pay for 3D software (like 3Ds Max) which is unnecessary for them. Maybe you should reach out to Blender developers to see if they would be interested in helping you write a working plugin.