The New U-Render release works directly in Cinema 4D and uses the live rendering in the C4D’s viewport.
Uppercut announces that U-Render, their realtime rendering platform for Cinema 4D. The latest version represents the first launch of U-Render out of beta.
U-Render Full Integration Into Cinema 4D Now Available In Stable Version With A New Feature
Introducing full integration with Cinema 4D and RGB curves for the colour correction post processing filter.
Klagenfurt, Austria – October 7th, 2020 – UPPERCUT Visual Technology Uvt GmbH announced the last stable update of U-RENDER, the realtime render engine developed by the Austrian company.
Following the release of Cinema 4D R23 made by Maxon last month, U-RENDER is now fully integrated into Cinema 4D, and it also counts a new feature in the colour correction post processing filter.
Thanks to the full integration, it’s possible to work directly in Cinema 4D and use the live rendering in the C4D’s viewport. The standalone renderer is not needed anymore for rendering but only for the activation of the software. This is a clear advantage for the workflow: no more interruptions for the creativity.
The new version of the realtime software U-RENDER has some changes and improvements additionally. In the feature related to Reflections, the screen-space reflections now show specular and environment reflections on reflected objects to expand the range of different styles available to be created by the user.
As far as Volumetrics is concerned, shadow colours can be enabled to affect volumetric shadows and reach a more realistic result, and some visual artefacts, caused by a mismatch of the volumetric clipping plane the camera’s near plane are now fixed. Furthermore, the features about clear-coat’s glossiness/roughness texture and clear-coat’s environment reflection are now stable and working properly, to permit creating well-defined looking materials like car paints, varnished woods, coated metals, and plastics.
“With this last release, we are also very proud to improve the full integration for our customers with a new feature.” said Benjamin Prader, U-RENDER COO. “The RGB curves are now part of the colour correction post-processing filter, together with the other features of the category like the bloom, the depth of field, the chromatic aberration, the vignette and the tone-mapping.”
About UPPERCUT Visual Technology.
UPPERCUT visual technology Uvt GmbH is a leading Austrian developer of graphics software for 3D rendering. U-Render brings the latest advances in realtime rendering to the established rendering pipeline. It’s currently available for Maxon Cinema 4D, but other integrations are in the roadmap.