The new version adds Intel’s Open Image Denoise, volume multi-scattering, and native Tile and Brick shaders.
Maxon has released Redshift 3.5.12, an update to the production renderer that integrates Intel’s Open Image Denoise (OIDN), an open-source CPU-based denoiser. It is now available in Redshift for Cinema 4D only, with other apps joining soon.
Other new features include support for volume multi-scattering, adding realism to clouds, smoke and fire, native versions of Cinema 4D’s Tile and Brick shaders, and improved normal mapping.
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