Physically correct, unbiased rendering engine
Version: 1.7.1Maxwell Render is a physically correct, unbiased rendering engine. By calculating complex mathematics, Maxwell Render is capable of simulating light exactly as in the real world.
License: Free To Try $895.00
Operating System: Mac OS X
Unbiased means Maxwell Render does not use tricks to imitate real world behavior like other renderers everything is reproduced as it is through governing physical equations.
Maxwell Render is able to fully capture all light interactions between the elements in a scene no matter how complex they are.
All lighting calculations are performed using spectral information and high dynamic range data.Maxwell Render has been acclaimed as a landmark in next-generation rendering technology, having produced the best photorealistic images to date.
Maxwell Render is more than just a render - its core is completely different from other engines. The concept of 'rendering' falls short of Maxwell Render's scope and potential. What we are dealing with isn't just another render, it's The Light Simulator.
Maxwell Render has been acclaimed as a landmark in the next-gen rendering technology, having produced the best photorealistic images to date.
Maxwell Render is the perfect solution for high end rendering for photographic quality and advanced lighting, especially in areas like architectural visualization, industrial and product design, prototyping and 3D production.
All parameters in Maxwell Render use real world units. You don't have to learn strange concepts or set a long list of uncertain parameters. Because of this, setup times are extremely low compared to other renderers.
Multilight allows the user to change intensities of individual lights and multiple scene emitters during and after the rendering process. This feature is the first of its kind in a commercial render engine and it is extremely powerful.
Multilight is extremely useful because it eliminates the need to run various renders to tweak the lighting set up. This gives you infinite possibilities and you can save numerous different lighting versions of the same scene without rendering it over and over again. You can also make a lighting video thanks to Multilight.