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Artlantis Studio 7.0.2.1 MacOSX

Discussion in 'Mac Os - CGI Applications & Plugins' started by VIPGFX, May 12, 2018.

  1. VIPGFX

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    The new, physically correct Artlantis 7 rendering engine, with its legendary simplicity, allows you to create visualizations of incomparable beauty and quality. Artlantis is a family of stand-alone rendering applications developed for architects and designers. Artlantis Render is designed for those wanting high-resolution 3D renderings, while Artlantis Studio is ideal for quickly and easily creating high-resolution 3D renderings, panoramas, high quality animations and virtual visits, thanks to Twinlinker: the new web app by Abvent R&D, compatible also with Twinmotion.





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    I just installed this. Found elsewhere. Seems a bit sluggish on my machine. I have a 2012 Mac Pro, 2 x 6 core Xeon 5690's 12 cores (24 threads) 64 gig of ram, and a Nvidia GTX 980 Ti...
    macOS 10.13.4 I would think it would be much faster to render. Of course my preview screen was 80% of 2560 x 1440 Maybe I need Twinmotion :)