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04 April 2011, 08:38 PM
cebas Visual Technology Inc. is making the latest version of its industry leading 3D rendering software, finalRender 3.5 SE, available in a free, unlimited-use trial version for the newest release of 3ds Max for immediate download from the cebas website.

The trial version of finalRender™ SE for 3ds Max (2010 - 2012, both 32- and 64-bit) is fully featured and includes all modules of its highest end version, as well as the industry leading non-photo-realistic rendering system finalToon™ 3.5.

Except for the watermarked render output, all aspects of the trial version are identical to the full license, including its complete feature set, as well as the software's blazing rendering speed.

It's Time to Test Drive the High Performance finalRender Engine – for FREE!

finalRender image by Igor Ivanovic

No Time Limitation on Free Trial Version
The trial version runs without time limitation. Watermarked renderings are unsuitable for commercial use, but once a customer has purchased a full license, saved files created in the trial version can be re-rendered to create clean output, so no work is lost.

Try it, You'll Like It!
Edwin Braun, cebas CEO and co-founder said: “Users unfamiliar with finalRender can now try out our powerful software for 3ds Max 2012 without cost or commitment, put its vast set of powerful features to the test, and benchmark it against other tools they may have used in the past or are currently using."

Free Trials of finalRender 3.5 SE and finalToon 3.5 for 3ds Max 2012
finalRender 3.5 SE Trial (including finalToon 3.5) is available from the online store on the cebas website and through cebas resellers worldwide. All interested users need to first register on the cebas website, after which they can download ( and activate the software using a special trial version code.

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