The latest announcements and other news from Corona Renderer development.
The first ever Corona-authorized course, State of Art Academy’s Corona Renderer for ArchViz, will take place Feb 13th to 17th 2017! State of Art Academy are Corona Academy Primary Certified Instructors, and during the lessons you will examine in-depth the lights, the shaders and the parameters to optimise your renders. For more information and to register, visit http://www.stateofartacademy.com/courses/corona-renderer-for-archviz
We are proud to present to you Corona Renderer 1.5 for Autodesk 3ds Max! This is the second update to Corona this year, and it focuses on letting you change the colour and intensity of lights during or after rendering, significantly reducing the need for post-production software, increasing compatibility with materials from third party software, and of course increased stability and workflow improvements. This release was originally planned to be a small one, but it grew to be quite a game-changer!
Read more on our blog: https://corona-renderer.com/blog/corona-renderer-1-5-released/
We are proud to present to you Corona Renderer 1.4 for Autodesk 3ds Max! This release focuses on significantly reducing your render times (just check the stats that have been reported below) and speeding up your workflow, as well as increasing stability. Read more on our blog: https://corona-renderer.com/blog/corona-renderer-1-4-for-3ds-max-released/
Corona Renderer for Cinema 4D is advancing towards its first commercial release, due later this year. We still have a lot of work ahead of us, but in the meantime, please enjoy this FREE version of Alpha v5 for Cinema 4D. Read more on our blog: https://corona-renderer.com/blog/corona-for-cinema4d-alpha-v5-released/
Today we release the biggest update yet since Corona 1.0. It features numerous new features, as well as important bug fixes and optimizations. Read more on our blog: https://corona-renderer.com/blog/corona-renderer-1-3-for-3ds-max-released/
We bring you another update to the 3ds Max plugin. It includes better displacement, atmospherics, and physical camera support. Read more about it on our blog: https://corona-renderer.com/blog/corona-renderer-1-2-for-3ds-max-released/
We have just released the first 3ds Max plugin feature update. It brings 3ds Max 2016 support, better Particle Flow parsing, CoronaBitmap, and more. It is available for all customers with FairSaaS, Box with Subscription, and Student/Educational licenses. Read more about it on our blog: https://corona-renderer.com/blog/corona-1-1-released/
There is new Corona for Cinema4D release: Alpha v3. It brings many small, but useful new features. You can get it in the downloads section.