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  1. Studio/Institution: PinkSoft Genre: Residential Interior Software: 3ds max, FStormRender Website: http://www.fstormrender.com/ Description: Hi everyone I am making a demo/benchmark scene for FStormRender http://www.fstormrender.com/ This is my home kitchen. I will post more renders during modeling process. This scene will be available for downloading for free.
  2. Hello! I'm a second year architecture student at the University of Ljubljana (Slovenia). I'm using a Mac and am in a bit of a dilemma regarding which renderer to use. I'm modeling in Rhino for Mac. Things I look for in a renderer are: - cheap (less than 100$, or torrent-able...i'm guilty, i know) - preferably unbiased (like maxwell, keyshot....not vray) - photorealistic (our school has quite high standards regarding presentations) - unlimited resolution (for big prints... 100x70cm) I know I could use bootcamp and/or virtual machine with windows, but i really hate switching between to operating system during work Any suggestions?
  3. Hi Guys, our RenderGin Betaversion was released on 01. September 2010. Since then it was downloaded and tested for many times. We get some critique and lots of great feedback. Thank you for that! As a result we could further improve RenderGin. In the next few days we will provide a new betaversion on our Homepage http://www.numenus.de/index.php?index=1317. Have a look! Also we are still looking forward to receive test reports and feedback from you. Download here: http://www.numenus.de/download_en.html
  4. RenderGin (formerly known as Augenblick MMV) has been unleashed. It is an extremly fast and yet easy to use rendering application. Most outstanding is its capability to render extremly large scenes with multi millions of polygons with ease. A free public beta version can be downloaded directly from http://www.numenus.de/download_en.html This version is not feature limited. Feel free to download RenderGin and give it a try. Of course we would love to hear your opinion and see some awesome renderings of yours.
  5. The last Alpha version of Augenblick MMV, a real time based renderer is currently available as a free download http://www.numenus.de/produkte_en.html The next one will be the beta! It would be great if you give it a try and of course we love to hear your feedback!
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