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Which 3D soft to integrate into next?

Modo
150 (28.2%)
Rhino
61 (11.5%)
Any CAD software (comment which one)
42 (7.9%)
Lightwave
49 (9.2%)
Vue
10 (1.9%)
Exporter Blender -> Corona standalone
91 (17.1%)
Maya
59 (11.1%)
Houdini
70 (13.2%)

Total Members Voted: 529

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2013-11-17, 04:57:56
Reply #75

teknikarsitek

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sketchup has so many user, and also has been supported by many engine also, this mean sketchup is not just only a drawing tools .. :)

2013-11-17, 21:15:59
Reply #76

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I vote for modo. It has built in renderer that is fast and works great for product shots but it is far behind others in interiors and ultrarealistic exteriors. Modo has a great and very enthusiastic community that would probably invest much of its time for project like implementing corona render in to it.
There were many hopes that v-ray would be released also for modo, but it doesn't. Hopefuly corona will do it :)

2013-11-19, 13:25:24
Reply #77

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I think a standalone version would benefit everyone and could help with memory issues...

2013-11-26, 10:22:12
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2013-12-11, 01:51:55
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2013-12-11, 02:39:26
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I've removed blender from the poll because of http://blenderartists.org/forum/showthread.php?299637-Addon-Corona-Render-Exporter-v-0-9&highlight=corona

You can cast your votes again
Rendering is magic.
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2013-12-11, 06:30:01
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2014-02-22, 00:47:22
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Maybe Houdini...? The Corona Renderer give me a chance to learning Houdini... :)
Holy Corona : the materials is the clue.

2014-03-03, 09:40:44
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What about old versions of 3ds max? It was more stable and faster. I mean 3ds max 9 or at least 2009.

2014-03-03, 12:25:45
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there were some changes in API which means it would be either sub-par integration, or lot of extra work. That coupled with the need to use old compiler, and small number of users who still use them, makes it not worth it.

I would suggest trying max 2014 SP4, it is much better than 2010/2011 ;)
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2014-03-03, 15:39:10
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Yep, 2014 with SP4 is first really usable and stable Max version after many long years :)

2014-03-04, 10:38:57
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Okay, I'll try to get used to new max

2014-03-23, 10:48:32
Reply #87

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another modo user here keen on using corona :) and there's a lot more on the luxology forum

2014-03-31, 23:38:50
Reply #88

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Pls make a Cinema4D version of Corona ;)

2014-04-06, 18:52:50
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Cinema 4D would be great!
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