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How did you guys decide what 3D rendering software to use? I'm currently on Keyshot because it's what we had license for at the design school I attended.
I'm interested in rendering interior scenes and closeup product hero shots. I find Keyshot lighting and shadows not appearing properly in final renders (yes I've done troubleshooting and tutorials) and looking to try something new.
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>>655465
I'm just patiently awaiting until we get gpu arnold
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Is that list satire? CYCLES / EEVEE combo
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>>655465
For photorealism, it really doesn't matter at this point of time, as far as I know. Every renderer out there will have the tools to get you photorealism. It's mostly about which workflow suits you the best.
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>>655473
It's a partial list
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Literally doesn't matter. As long as you can bake multiple maps (occlusion, specular, subsurface, caustics) and then composite in nuke.
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Not every renderer is going to be ideal for every type of image. For your work Try Vray.
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>>655465
>I'm interested in rendering interior scenes and closeup product hero shots.
I haven't used it but Corona had a pretty good rep for architecture/product visualization. Look at their website gallery, the quality is great and it's my understanding that the performance on indoor scenes is good.
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>>655509
>Corona had a pretty good rep
*has
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>>655509
Yeah Corona's great, currently using that



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