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Which 3D soft to integrate into next?

Modo
151 (27.3%)
Rhino
64 (11.6%)
Any CAD software (comment which one)
43 (7.8%)
Lightwave
49 (8.9%)
Vue
11 (2%)
Exporter Blender -> Corona standalone
98 (17.7%)
Maya
65 (11.8%)
Houdini
72 (13%)

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2014-04-15, 02:29:11
Reply #90

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MAYA, as it is widely used in all areas of CG. Max is mostly archvis, games and studios like blur, holding on to their extremely custom pipeline.
I like Houdini the most, but i think your best bet would be Maya...and move from there to others - C4d after probably.

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2014-04-15, 14:49:19
Reply #91

Ondra

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maya and C4D are already on way.
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2014-06-06, 16:31:30
Reply #92

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i would say work on standalone to be equal to main max3d render. Because u have already Blender connected to standalone... now maya is going to be connected... so u should support users and after that get new users.

2014-06-30, 16:49:43
Reply #93

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I'd be so happy to have this in Rhino... I hope there will be in the future.

2014-08-30, 11:16:20
Reply #94

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ZBrush.

The 4R7 going' to low poly modeling and will killin' any other 3D softwares in modeling and  texturing...3 years and the ZBrush will be the most important 3D package. No doubt...

You have to thinking about that...the Corona should be the alternative render for the Zbrush...
Holy Corona : the materials is the clue.

2014-09-06, 16:16:39
Reply #95

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2014-09-08, 12:08:13
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2014-09-08, 15:37:35
Reply #97

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I really like Corona results, I never used it since I work with modo but my vote goes to Modo.


2014-09-08, 16:07:46
Reply #98

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Sketchup has only been mentioned a couple of times, but it is a big market.

For hardcore 3D artists like ourselves, Sketchup probably seems irrelevant, however the vast majority of architectural firms I have worked for use Sketchup.

The LARGEST architectural practice IN THE WORLD uses Sketchup as part of their standard line. Sketchup is simple to learn and easy to use, which is why many architects and designers use it. These people are pros in their fields, but 'amateurs' when it comes to 3d.

Corona is VERY easy to use, so would be a perfect match for Sketchup. From what I've seen, Sketchup is more and more the standard for architects/designers, so if there was a good plugin for Corona, at a reasonable price, I can easily see Corona becoming the standard renderer for architects/designers.

It's definitely a different market (and certainly a bid one), and if Corona was complicated and unwieldy I wouldn't recommend it BUT Corona is simple, easy to use and just looks great, so I think it would be a perfect fit.

Anyway Sketchup is my vote.

2014-09-08, 17:25:10
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2014-09-08, 19:38:51
Reply #100

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Please make a MODO Corona port! This renderer is so damn fast - and I tried a rather old benchmark tester on a crappy old laptop.
« Last Edit: 2014-09-08, 19:42:58 by Crush »

2014-09-08, 22:09:45
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So... is there some new corona thread on some modo forum? :D
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2014-09-08, 22:19:22
Reply #102

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Surely the Modo801 would be of great value to own renderer. The community is very grade and open to new options. Come together a long time working with the Corona and even started using through 3D Max, but the interface is very different from the mode and gave up. There is a beta version of V-ray for the Modo and my first tests I was already quite happy. But I still have a preference for Corona.

2014-09-09, 10:13:10
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I agree on Modo as well :) .. seeing how V-Ray took the same direction, I see no reason why Corona should skip it!
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2014-09-09, 14:38:00
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