Radeon ProRender for Maya

Radeon ProRender for Maya

AMD Radeon ProRender
Free

OS:
Language:

Description

The Radeon ProRender plugin is fully integrated into Autodesk® Maya®; it supports real-time changes to the scene and built in rendering information. It supports the Maya lights, materials, and textures and renders accurately your geometry.

Radeon ProRender also comes with a library of materials to get you started Radeon ProRender is an easy to use, physically accurate renderer you can use to render anything from nature to mechanical to archiev. We’re pretty excited to be able to share this amazing renderer with you, and even though it’s still very much in beta, we hope you’ll like it as much as we do!

Tutorials, example scenes, features in detail, material library, and more can be found at:

https://radeon-prorender.github.io/maya/

Read Help Document

About This Version

Version 2.0.0.3, 2/13/2017
Fixed whitelists, improved performance on lower end cards. Lots of improvements throughout - - It's Fast. Out of the box, the global illumination engine delivers physically accurate, photorealistic renderings, without any prior knowledge of complicated rendering or material setups. - Built on OpenCL™, it's Hardware Agnostic, so it runs on virtually any hardware, including any combination of GPUs and CPUs. - It's Easy to use. A push-button global illumination solution, it seamlessly combines physically accurate materials with existing Maya® maps; existing Maya® lights can be used as well. - Integrated Materials are simple to use and editable in the Maya® Hypershade Editor. - It comes with a helpful and beautiful Material Library, ready to use. Artists can use, easily adjust, and quickly learn to make their own. - Viewport Integration means you can work with Radeon ProRender in real time, so you can see your changes as you make them. - Physically Correct materials and lighting allow you to make true design decisions with global illumination—including caustics, also displacement and volumetrics. - Emissive and Photometric Lighting, as well as lights from HDRI environments, let you blend a scene in with its surroundings. - Using a Virtual Reality (VR) headset experience stunning 360 photorealistic raytraced environments created by Radeon ProRender. These VR environments can also be published to YouTube. - It’s Free

Screenshots and Videos


Customer Reviews

(7 reviews)

|

Get Technical Help
  • Excellent plugin
    Alexander Sinaisky | February 14, 2017

    Amazing result for very small time


  • Smooth GPU rendering
    Ivan Zivkovic | February 13, 2017

    Great, realistic ray tracing working on GPU, is like having a separate machine that does rendering, freeing your CPU for yourself.


  • Free and Easy
    Martin Coffey | February 13, 2017

    Fast too


  • Excellent physically accurate renderer
    alex hall | February 13, 2017 Verified Download (What's this?)

    I have been using Radeon Pro Render for a while and I am really impressed with the results and performance. Its easy to use and has quite alot of documentation to help you get started.


  • Great addition to Maya
    Mackraken Mackraken | February 13, 2017

    At first glance it looks easy to use and setup, the amount of shaders is very complete and easy to emulate physical materials. The best part is the render quality, you are able to create astonishing renders in a quite short time.


  • very impressive
    Eugene Lominin | February 13, 2017 Verified Download (What's this?)

    I am very impressive. Thank you!


  • Beautiful and runs great on my Radeon card
    Jed Fisher | February 13, 2017 Verified Download (What's this?)

    Beautiful renderings.

Go top