HDR Light Studio – Carbon Release

Press release 2018-02-15 10:33 article  > Software

Tighter integrations bring leading 3D Renderers inside HDR Light Studio

What’s the Carbon Release?

This new major release of HDR Light Studio is called Carbon - the element used in the filament of the first commercially available light bulbs. Version numbers have now been replaced with nick names.

 

What’s New?

  • New Render View - Pressing the Play button on the new Render View will start an interactive rendering session in the connected 3D software and display the image in the HDR Light Studio interface. Use LightPaint to click on the render to position lights and see the external render update instantly inside HDR Light Studio. Drag and drop Preset lights too.
    The Benefits:
    Ideal for users with a single display – everything needed to create perfect lighting is now available inside HDR Light Studio’s interface. No need to juggle two interfaces.
    For many lighting tasks, HDR Light Studio’s own renderer is no longer needed and can be closed. Freeing resources for your main 3D renderer during your lighting session.
    Working directly on the final render enables better lighting decisions – seeing the light interact directly with the final shaders inside HDR Light Studio.
    The new Render View is compatible at launch with the following 3D software and renderers: 3ds Max – V-Ray, Corona, Arnold, Redshift; Maya – V-Ray, Arnold, Octane, Redshift, RenderMan

"The best automotive and product design lighting tool just got updated and it's impressive! Being able to see the V-Ray result inside HDR Light Studio, and work on top of it, allows the artist to produce high-quality images, faster and easier than ever! " - Rusko Ruskov, VP 3D Production and Delivery, Chaos Group

 

  • Faster Area Lights - Area Lights performance has been significantly improved in HDR Light Studio’s own 3D renderer. Area Lights are now created, adjusted and soloed instantly - even when loading huge 3D scenes. This inbuilt renderer is the perfect pre-vis lighting tool when IPR updates are too slow in the connected 3D renderer.
  • 3ds Max and Maya Connection Workflow Improvements - HDR Light Studio is now even easier to use with 3ds Max and Maya. The plug-in now creates the lighting setup for you - simply press Start and begin image based lighting. Bringing the 3D scene into HDR Light Studio is also a click away - press Play and the scene will be automatically imported.
  • Cinema 4D Connection Improvements - Redshift and VRAYforC4D 3 now fully supported. Press play in HDR Light Studio to import the Cinema 4D scene.
  • HiDPI display support
  • Change the diffuse color in the Render View (HDR Light Studio)
  • Major speed boost to production renders containing Procedural Sky
  • Easier client setup with floating licenses
  • Now includes a selection of 3D demo scenes

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HDR Light Studio interface layout is stored on a ‘per connection’ basis. Ensuring a preferred interface layout is loaded when using HDR Light Studio with different 3D software.

Availability

Existing HDR Light Studio subscription and maintenance customers can login to their account and download HDR Light Studio ‘Carbon’ today.

Try HDR Light Studio FREE for 15 days or buy at: www.lightmap.co.uk. Prices start at £295 / €395 / $445 for 1 year licenses

Author: Press release Editor: Michał Franczak
Tags: hdr lighting studio
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