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Which 3D soft to integrate into next?

Modo
150 (28.5%)
Rhino
60 (11.4%)
Any CAD software (comment which one)
42 (8%)
Lightwave
49 (9.3%)
Vue
10 (1.9%)
Exporter Blender -> Corona standalone
90 (17.1%)
Maya
57 (10.8%)
Houdini
68 (12.9%)

Total Members Voted: 523

Author Topic: Which 3D soft to integrate into next?  (Read 171222 times)

2014-09-09, 18:27:36
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DoGau

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2014-09-09, 18:33:16
Reply #106

Ondra

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Can you at least post the link to the forum that is urging you to register and vote here?
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2014-09-10, 01:30:29
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Juraj Talcik

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as requested

http://community.thefoundry.co.uk/discussion/topic.aspx?f=4&t=92136

I was at some sort of archviz conference last week and listened to this guy: https://www.behance.net/jurajtalcik . He almost exclusively uses Corona.

What I like about it is that it's ridiculously easy to use and create materials. The renders look good almost no matter what you do, almost a one-click solution (which neither V-Ray nor Modo comes close to). Speed is one thing, but a renderer that is almost invisible to the user is worth more, in my opinion.

:- )

I tried corona today for the first time and wasn't overwhelmed. Not by the results nor by the "speed". It actually didn't use 100% of my CPU. As it also is just another CPU only renderer I don't know what is so special about it anyway...


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2014-09-10, 03:46:34
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Another MODO user here :) Are you still looking for developers?
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2014-09-10, 09:33:42
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:- )

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I would like to vote but cannot be bothered with registering on yet another forum...
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If you cannot even be bothered to register on a forum I think that says enough about your actual demand for Corona Renderer. Just saying.

funny bunch indeed :D
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2014-09-10, 17:56:07
Reply #111

Seth Richardson

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Even with those people not wanting to register and vote or are on the fence about it.  Modo is still ahead by a good percentage ;)

2014-09-19, 18:37:39
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Modo? Lightwave? Tiny userbase for both. God awful shadertree and one is vintage era.
Oh well lesser of two evil. Atleast cinema4d can read lightwave files.

2014-09-19, 19:20:42
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2014-09-20, 16:20:09
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2014-09-21, 23:02:37
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Wickedpup

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Another Modo vote here

2014-09-22, 16:27:42
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2014-09-22, 17:23:40
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2014-09-23, 13:20:19
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Hello,
as Lw user i'm very interested in corona, and most other users are. Lw has a nice engine and few options (Maxwell, octane, Kray, etc) but Conona would be an unicum given its kernels, and would fill a gap in archviz usability. I hope you will seriously consider it.

Thanks,
Paolo Zambrini

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2014-09-25, 21:03:39
Reply #119

Pavlov

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ps - another factor pro LW, is the fact that there's a large demand for a dedicated Viz engine in Lw community since since Vray didnt come to Lw (it came to Modo recently).
Corona would fill the gap easily.
Despite the fact LW viz userbase in not huge (but larger than some think), i think Corona has few contenders there and would sell surprisingly well.

Thanks,
Paolo