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June 8, 2017 (Madrid, Spain) – Next Limit Technologies is delighted to announce the official release of Maxwell 4.1. This is the first significant update of the latest version of its high-end rendering tool for visualization software. Aiming to optimize user workflow, and decrease rendering times, maintaining the quality Maxwell is famous for, this new version introduces a powerful Denoiser (by Innobright‘s Altus).
The new Denoiser feature helps to achieve clear images at a lower SL, and makes Maxwell up to eight times faster, depending on the scene. Instead of having to render images to a high sampling level, users can keep it low and let the Denoiser do the job, setting it to denoise at all SLs or at the end.
In addition, Maxwell 4.1 brings a number of new features, fixes and improvements, including:
We are excited to release Maxwell 4.1, featuring new integrated denoising technology. The tremendous performance improvements obtained with the denoiser surpass any previous experience with Maxwell, especially in situations where noise -an inherent problem in truly unbiased engines- requires long render times to clean. This version will also pave the way for many upcoming improvements in GPU rendering, interactivity and cloud deployment. We remain committed to preserving Maxwell as the leading ground truth in rendering technology.
Chief Executive Officer
Next Limit Technologies
This new version is a FREE update for Maxwell 4 customers. Maxwell 4 is available for purchase through Next Limit’s webshop and reseller network, and for trial via a 30-day FREE demo version in the Maxwell website.
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