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 From:  Jesse
1910.1 
Hi All,

I'm not sure if this has been mentioned before, but I noticed today that a free version of Renditioner is now available.
It works with SketchUp only, so you'd need to export a .3ds model from MoI and then bring it into SketchUp (which also has a free version).
However, it seems that the .3ds format in SketchUp is kind of rough looking, so I'm not sure how useful this renderer will be for MoI users.
But, I did read on another MoI post that it's possible to smooth the .3ds facets in SketchUp, so I thought it might be worth a look.

 


"A Free Version of IDX Renditioner Express is now available for the PC version of SketchUp. This is the first free fully integrated, one-click easy photorealistic renderer. It is great for personal use or posting images on the web and is available for unlimited commercial or personal use.
The free version of IDX Renditoner Express includes all the same features as IDX Renditioner but differs in render size and possibly speed.
IDX Renditioner Express (Free) supports a maximum render size of 640 x 480 pixels".

http://www.idx-design.com/IDX/IDXRenditioner/FreeVersionofIDXRenditionerExpress/tabid/1011/Default.aspx

-Jesse

EDITED: 25 Aug 2008 by JESSE

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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
1910.2 In reply to 1910.1 
Cool another "easy"one after the Free Podium (500*500) only 2 cursors! PC& MAc
http://www.suplugins.com/
here a Podium test with the famous Steph canon file ;) Moi export 3Ds
From Sketchup + Podium : time render 2 minutes on a very old computer!

EDITED: 25 Aug 2008 by PILOU

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 From:  falcon76
1910.3 In reply to 1910.2 
But this plugin work with Sketch UP Pro or also with the free edition of Sketch UP?
I ask because I'm a Fryrender user and, if I remember well, Sketch Up (not PRO) is not supported (can be a right limitation for the free version) due to some legal issue.

Thanks
Luca
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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
1910.4 In reply to 1910.3 
< "SU Podium works with Google SketchUp 6 or 5, Pro or Free, Windows or Mac."
Podium support both version but after for commercial use I don't know legal issue.
But when you need commercial use of progs these one are not expensive in pro version ;)
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 From:  Anis
1910.5 In reply to 1910.4 
Hi All....

Now I am looking for free MoI companion rendering program.
I need your opinion comparing some rendering software below :

Indigo vs kerkythea vs idx express ?

Is there any another free rendering software ?

Thanks !
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 From:  Phil (PHILBO)
1910.6 In reply to 1910.5 
I have had good luck with Indigo, Kerkythea, Lux Render, Yafray, Blender, and Sunflow. All free, some open source.

Kerkythea imports MOI obj with no issues. I was then able to set up a scene and assign materials easily. With most of the others, you need to import into Blender and then export to the other renderers (of course you can export from most commercial applications to Indigo, Lux, Yafray, etc, but that defeats the purpose of a free renderer.)
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 From:  Anis
1910.7 In reply to 1910.6 
Hi Phil...

can you give me some of your images that done in Kerkythea ?
I have a problem with scene setting.

Regards,

Anis
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 From:  JTB
1910.8 
K E R K Y T H E A !!!

Try it and I am sure you will love it!
Many rendering options, you can have fast biased renders for preview or for tight deadlines, and you can have unbiased rendering for really great quality....


Other renderers mentioned like Indigo for example, are great, but Kerkythea has much to offer.... The last version is great....
I own Maxwell which I like very much but I use Kerkythea very often too!

There are many nice material libraries to use and the forum is a great help.... I have the same nickname there (JTB) so don't hesitate to ask me what you need
***Modeling Of Ideas***
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 From:  Anis
1910.9 In reply to 1910.8 
Hi JTB....

Thanks for give me the information.
Would you like to give me some image produces from Kerkythea ?
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 From:  Phil (PHILBO)
1910.10 
Here's one of my Galacteers Class 1 Model that I have posted that I rendered in Kerkythea. This was using an unbiased setting and I didn't bake it long enough to get rid of the noise.





Here is the same image after a noise removal filter. It cleans it up nice.

EDITED: 31 Aug 2008 by PHILBO


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 From:  rayman
1910.12 
http://moi3d.com/forum/index.php?webtag=MOI&msg=1788.1
This is the link to the turntable I made in Moi3d and rendered in Kerkythea !
Kerkythea rocks !
Peter
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 From:  Anis
1910.13 In reply to 1910.12 
Hi Rayman & All...

Where I can find kerkythea video tutorial ?
I have visited to the website, but the video tutorial is very limited.

Would you like to give me a kerkythea tutorial ?

Thanks !
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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
1910.14 In reply to 1910.13 
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 From:  Anis
1910.15 In reply to 1910.14 
Hi Pilou....

Ya, not enough for me. not clear. Are you use kerkythea at work ? its use different method & work flow compare to indigo in SK. I need more clear tutorial.
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 From:  Frenchy Pilou (PILOU)
1910.16 In reply to 1910.15 
it uses the 2 methods(unbiased (slow),and biased (speedy)) and seems one of the more advanced easy render to use (if possible) :)
But I have no time to learn all functionnalities and prefer simplicity of Podium or direct material render of Zbrush
Seems you must go to the Kerky forum for special question of use if tutorials shown are not sufficient
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 From:  Brian (BWTR)
1910.17 In reply to 1910.16 
I know it's not normally free but there are so many useful extras that it will combine with the MoI workings----Carrara 6 Std or Pro.
Carrara5 has been available with 3dWorld---FREE! Truly a $1000 app! (For those like me who have paid top dollars for Carrara over the years---WE CRY!)

Brian
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 From:  JTB
1910.18 In reply to 1910.9 
Well, I am an engineer so I think you wouldn't be interested for architectural renderings.... You will find many examples in KT gallery....Also take a look at the forum galleries....
OK, this is an example, just a wip....Btw, the design is not mine, it is an ugly building....
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 From:  jbshorty
1910.19 In reply to 1910.18 
Woof! No arguments here...


>>it is an ugly building....
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 From:  JTB
1910.20 In reply to 1910.19 
:)) I know, that's why I added this comment!
***Modeling Of Ideas***
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