What is the bestest freeware open-source or cheap renderer?
>>613731>cyclesDamn that looks pretty sweet.Almost makes me want to use Blender.Can you import work from Maya LT into Blender?
renderman or cycles
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_3D_rendering_softwareNo one can really tell you which is the best. Research and see what works for you.
>>613734Renderman isn't open-source and only freely available for non-commercial purposes but I guess OP didn't really specify
>>613742It’s not open-source, but it’s cheap ($500/node) and arguably the best renderer.
>>613762but redshift costs same 500 bucks per node
>>613733>Can you import work from Maya LT into Blender?Why would you want your work to become uglier and noisier?
>>613942Because MayaLT doesn't even have a renderer.
>>613942There's free tuts on YouTube regarding cycles. Noisy renders are an easy fix
>>613985Disregard him. He’s the troll. He probably only knows how to use Blender, but sucks ass, and got rejected at the only job opening within 1000 miles of his home that required Blender skills.
>>613999All I meant is cycles, along with other rendering engines work great when you tailor the render settings to the project. And with blender being free, you're more likely to see amateur renders with poor settings. No need to get salted
>>613983Blender doesn't have an useable renderer either.
>>614010>what is cycles>what is internal>what is eevee
>>614020They're not useable, like the rest of Blender.
>>614021but your mom is useable, at least in my experience
>>614045cycles: extremely hard and time-consuming to set up, lots of noise, not worth itinternal: broken and outdated by '90s standardseevee: is a tech demoblender: not even once
>>614048>eevee: is a tech demolol,stop embarrassing yourself
>>614053I know. You're right. It's embarassing to talk about Blender or anything related to it.
>>614065your mom was embarrassed when i fucked her last night
>>614048>cycles: extremely hard and time-consuming to set up, lots of noise, not worth itOK then, by all means, use PRMan, be my guest.
>>614048Cycles is not difficult to "set-up," sounds like you're a brainlet.
>>614122Eh, if you're not used to node based stuff, it can be a bit janky. Nothing a 20 minute tutorial on ytubs couldn't fix tho.