Indigo Renderer 2.4 is out!

New release of Indigo Render is out.
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Glare Technologies has announced the release of Indigo Renderer 2.4.

A page outlining the new features and improvements can be viewed here

Some High resolution images are available here and here.


Haven't tried Indigo Renderer myself, but the image results seem promising. See the video above.For those who did try it, I'd like to ask you: Is it easy to use? Is it easy to achieve photorealistic results? How is the render speed? Could you compare its performance with other render engines like V-RAY or Maxwell Render?



1 comment:

  1. "Is it easy to use?"

    Yes.

    "Is it easy to achieve photorealistic results?"

    Yes.

    "How is the render speed?"

    See below.

    "Could you compare its performance with other render engines like V-RAY or Maxwell Render?"

    V-Ray: Fast rendering; Steep learning curve; Lots of setup; Near-real output.

    Indigo: Slow rendering; Flat learning curve; Almost no setup; Real as real output.

    Maxwell, no experience with.

    Bottom line: Indigo is easy to work with, requires very little (practically none) parameters to set for a good (initial) render, is less expensive (though still quite pricey) than V-Ray, has better quality, but needs more computing power. If you want a solution like Podium for SketchUp which is very easy to work with, but want perfect output, then Indigo is your choice.

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