The latest announcements and other news from Corona Renderer development.

Merry Christmas Coronauts!

Merry Christmas Coronauts!

Thank you for making 2017 another awesome year! Please note that our office will be closed from December 22nd until January 1st inclusive - Corona support will be limited during this time.

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Corona Renderer 1.7 for 3ds Max released!

Corona Renderer 1.7 for 3ds Max released! Full details on our blog post

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Render Legion joins Chaos Group

On August 25th 2017, Render Legion joined forces with Chaos Group, which will make a massive long-term investment in Corona Renderer - read full details on our blog post

Website Updates

The website has been updated! This includes an updated Features section and Gallery, and a faster server - read more for full details:

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Corona Academy 04 and 05

The next Corona Academy dates are set - Nov 11th to 12th and Dec 2nd to 3rd in Prague. Learn Corona, get Primary Certification, and meet the team!

Corona Renderer 1.6 for 3ds Max, Hotfix 1 released!

We're please to announce the release of Corona Renderer 1.6 for 3ds Max, Hotfix 1! This update includes the first Command Line version of the Corona Image Editor for batch processing, plus various bug fixes - Read more:,16309.0.html

Corona for 3ds Max 1.6 released!

We are excited to announce the release of Corona Renderer 1.6 for Autodesk 3ds Max! Focus is on speed in rendering & workflow, with overhauled Distributed Rendering, improvements to IR, the Corona Image Editor for working with your images outside of any 3D application, bake LightMix settings into the scene, 3ds Max 2018 support, and more!
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Corona Renderer for ArchViz Course

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

Corona for 3ds Max 1.5 Released!

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!

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Corona for 3ds Max 1.4 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:

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