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silverlw
12-16-2005, 03:55 PM
Kray V1.6 is released.
MindBerries proudly announces a new version of the globalillumination renderer for Lightwave.

- MacOS version
- Lightmaps
- Improved irradiance caching
- Improved antialiasing
- Backdrops and procedurals textures support
- LW's image loaders and image processing support
- Lot of bug fixes, optimizations and other improvements

Update is free for Kray owners. Demo version of Kray is also updated (download MacOS or Windows version).

TrueArt Support
12-17-2005, 05:56 AM
You forgot link to website...

BTW, do you use LW v8.0 Master plug-in features to catch scene changes or use pre-8.0 hacks to catch it and calculate on your own?

CaptainObvious
12-17-2005, 03:44 PM
http://www.kraytracing.com/

Kray isn't a live renderer, so it doesn't need to catch scene changes. Whenever you want to render in it, it exports the scene to something Kray understands.

TrueArt Support
12-18-2005, 01:11 AM
http://www.kraytracing.com/

Kray isn't a live renderer, so it doesn't need to catch scene changes. Whenever you want to render in it, it exports the scene to something Kray understands.

Catching master plug-ins notifications would make any renderer much less complicated and more LightWave adopted without having to recreate any single feature.. Otherwise renderer needs to export original data in local coordinate system, without sub-patching, without morphing, without deformations,without displacement and the all other LW related stuff and basically do everything what LW does to have exactly the same effect.. Or rely on user to bake everything before using it..

calilifestyle
12-22-2005, 08:43 PM
how does the compare to AIR and what that tax thing , how much will it cost then when the tax works its way in to price. by the way this look sweet,

xiao_x
12-30-2005, 02:21 AM
izzit the latest version support the shader and procedural texture?

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