Octane Render Ver1.00 Win64. Realtime 3D Rendering. Octane Render is the world’s first GPU based, un-biased, physically based renderer. What does that mean? It uses the video card in your computer to render photorealistic results fastreally fast.
Octane Render 3.07| 360.5 mb OTOY Inc. Has released an updated Octane Render 3, the fastest GPU-based, unbiased renderer. Create works in a fraction of the time of traditional methods. New features of 3.07: - Object controls for the OctaneRender viewport We added the possibility to modify placement and scatter nodes using handles for rotation, scaling and translation in the viewport.
Since OctaneRender is not a 3D modeling software, this will not modify any mesh geometry, but we may add an additional transformation pin to mesh and volume nodes in the future. This way you wouldn't have to explicitly create placement or scatter nodes to be able to move meshes around. - New emitter options 'Visible on diffuse', 'Visible on specular', 'Cast shadows' We re-labelled the emitter option 'Cast illumination' to 'Visible on diffuse', because that's what it does. We also added the option 'Visible on specular' to emitter nodes which is kind of complementary controls the visibility of emitters on specular surfaces. And last but not least we added an option 'Cast shadows' to the emission nodes. If the option is disabled no shadow rays are traced during the direct light calculation causing objects to lose their shadows. - Double-sided emitters We also added an option to make emitters double-sided.
The emitter on the left of the example below has the option 'Double-sided' enabled. - Transparent emission We added a new option 'Transparent emission' to the emission nodes to allow the user to choose whether the emission power should be scaled with opacity or not. Until now, transparent emitters were always taken fully into account even if they were transparent, i.e. They behaved as if 'Transparent emission' is enabled. This is useful if you want to control the light in your scene without your emitters being directly visible.