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    Gladia
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    Haved Apple ever thought in a rendering software?

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    VOTE rs2sensen Mac-Forums MotM for November! rs2sensen does so much for this country :black:

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    Thank you guys. The shake software is for compositing and visual effects, and the Motion & Final Cut Pro is for graphication and video editing. They work after you have your image or video to apply "effects". I wonder a rendering software that offers a high image end for 3D models: architecture, industrial design, animation. Is a software to apply textures, lithing quality, with different kinds of render: photo realistic, radiosity, drawings style render, animations of objects...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gladia
    Thank you guys. The shake software is for compositing and visual effects, and the Motion & Final Cut Pro is for graphication and video editing. They work after you have your image or video to apply "effects". I wonder a rendering software that offers a high image end for 3D models: architecture, industrial design, animation. Is a software to apply textures, lithing quality, with different kinds of render: photo realistic, radiosity, drawings style render, animations of objects...
    There are several programs I know of that can do the type of rendering you describe. Is there a program you currently use on PC that you would like an equivalent of for mac? I ask this because if there is one that you do use, there may either be a mac version of it, or one similar to it as far as interface and controls.

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    Gladia
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    Yes, I understand, and I actually use one, thinking in anohter one stronger, but if it's made by Apple should be more powerfull, optimizing the x-grid technology and the hardware as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by schweb
    What does this have to do with the posters question? Please don't be obnoxious. Besides, you'd better read Graphite's rules, you don't want to be banned for life
    Actually he answered the question for me and as far as what I posted it is all in good fun. And unless I missed a rule which I highly doubt here is the one you may be referring to:

    "If any member begs for votes or nominations, they will be banned for life."

    I have not asked for votes nor do I want votes for MF-MotM for myself EVER. On the other hand it doesn't say anything about posting of others. So that is so open for interpretation it is not even funny. Maybe it should be amended but until then I think I am within the rules from the way I read them. Have I even begged for votes or nominations, Nope. Are people who post signs for their campaign in a city election begging for votes? I guess it is all about what you consider to be begging. Now if I go around PMing and posting vote for ME, now I would consider that begging.

    So in short I don't think I have done anything wrong, imo, other than maybe not answering the original posters question but now I will.

    DITTO on what rs2sensen said. That's the only rendering I can think of but it all depends on what type of rendering you are talking about.

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    What about Cinema 4D? Seems to be pretty good and powerfull...

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    Gladia
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    That's the one I use, it's great and extremely powerfull, and now more in de version 9.5. Thanks anyway but I've got my own conlusions: RenderMan, they won't compete with their partners.

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    Yeah, whenever Apple enters into a new market with their own software, they tend to drive everybody else out. For example, when Adobe no longer makes Premier for Mac anymore, because they consider that market to be controlled by Final Cut Pro. It doesn't make sense to compete in a Niche market (video editing), for a niche platform (mac).

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