Innobright Altus 1.9.3 incl Patch x64 64bit
Innobright Altus 1.9.3 incl Patch x64 64bit Altus, innoBright’s standalone denoising software, automatically removes noise from ray traced images generated in a range of common renderers. The 1.9 release introduces a new full-screen GUI, shown above.
Originally posted on 20 June 2016. Scroll down for details of the 1.9 release
Innobright Altus crack Technologies has released Altus 1.5, the latest update to its standalone tool for denoising images generated in a range of common renderers, including Arnold, Redshift and Maxwell Render.
The update, which is still officially in beta, adds support for denoising multilayer EXRs, stereoscopic images, and any number of AOVs. It also officially adds support for GPU acceleration via CUDA as well as OpenCL.
Generate quick, noisy renders, then clean them up in post
Launched last fall, the software works along similar lines to the Denoise option introduced in RenderMan 20: in this case, automatically removing noise from ray traced images generated using Monte Carlo methods.
According to Innobright Altus serial, this combined rendering and post-processing workflow acclerates Monte Carlo renders by 200-1,200% over simply generating an equivalently noise-free image in the host render engine.
The software can handle depth of field and motion blur, and supports both still renders and animations.
Since Innobright Altus keygen original release, both Render Legion and Chaos Group have introduced their own denoising systems in Corona Renderer and V-Ray.
Better handling of EXRs, under-the-hood improvements
The 1.5 update introduces support for denoising stereo images in side-by-side format, and multilayered EXR files. innoBright describes the latter as still “a bit tricky”.
There is also a new GUI, which supports the new features, and which can be called from the command line. Update: The GUI has been significantly overhauled in Altus 1.9. Scroll down for more details.
Innobright Altus 1.5 also now supports any AOV pass – the firm’s newsletter says you can use any number of AOVs; the release notes say up to six via the new GUI – and command-line setup has been simplified.
How to Install:
1). Instructions are included in ReadMe.txt if needed.
2). Thats all, Done & enjoy.