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Best 3D Rendering Software

There are many efficient rendering and modeling software. However, if you are still wondering between the various options, refer to the following suggestions about the software that was choosen by architects and designers.

1.V-Ray

As a product of Chaos Group, V-Ray is rated as one of the best render engines by its speed and excellent quality. Many users say that no other rendering engine has a rich library of textures and materials and a fast rendering time like V-Ray.

With a huge, endless library system and high flexibility, V-Ray can be a bit complicated for new users. However, there are many references and tutorials on the Internet.

Another plus point that V-Ray is choosen by many 3D artists is the ability to simulate extremely realistic reality. If you want your works to be as close to reality as possible (textures, lights, shadows, colors …) then this is really the software for you.

2. Corona

Corona has long been famous for its friendliness and ease of use when compared to other rendering software on the market. You do not need to spend too much time to learn how to use the software because all the settings are compact and streamlined as possible.

Corona’s realistic simulation capabilities and diverse resources are no less than V-Ray’s. The conditions of lighting, environment, materials … with a library of free textures and quality are appreciated by many architects or designers.

LightMix is ​​an extremely unique feature of Corona and won the hearts of many users because of the convenience it brings. With just a few simple operations, you can adjust the intensity, color of the light and the material at different times of the day (morning, lunch, night …)

3. Maxwell

Many people complain that Maxwell is not as powerful and flexible as other software, however, through the use process you will change your mind and notice the great things it brings.

Maxwell is equipped with a unique lighting engine, called ‘unbiased rendering’, meaning it doesn’t use standard tricks or algorithms to create visually compelling results but instead Maxwell gives Accurate results using pre-installed technology simulation. That’s why in the course of using Maxwell, you’ll find real-world measurement units for material and light properties like watts, lum or Nd (refractive index). While this method yields great visual results, it also requires users to understand some basic physics and optics to be able to use the software effectively.

Another interesting feature of Maxwell is Multlight, the feature that changes certain parameters during and after rendering (parameters for cameras, light, changes in color and intensity, etc.). This gives you the freedom to fine-tune lighting, achieve different states of color, or simply switch scenes from daylight to night scenes.

Although not appreciated for speed, Maxwell is still a rendering software with interesting features, perfect realistic simulation, easy to use and excellent output quality.

4. Arnold

Arnold is a CPU base renderer developed for VFX studio Sony Pictures Imageworks, acquired by Autodesk and became a renderer pre-installed in 3ds max and Maya. However, this renderer is still compatible with many other 3D software.

As one of the most popular 3D rendering software solutions in the visual effects industry, Arnold uses “Monte Carlo path tracing”, rendering techniques that use global illumination and surface reflections to create still images that are evaluated. is indistinguishable from photographs.

Besides, many users also say that Arnold is their favorite renderer because of the ability to handle complex assets without errors, quality output and reasonable rendering time.

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