Category: Plugins


Editorial Collection for Lightroom 1152224

Editorial Collection for Lightroom 1152224
The Editorial Collection is geared towards fashion, beauty, and lifestyle photographers. With a focus on keeping natural skin tones, whilst adding a subtle color toning to the entire image, as well as detailed contrast and light grains, this pack has been carefully designed to accommodate a range of images, although we’ve found them to work best with naturally lit images, with neutral backgrounds. Compatible with Adobe Lightroom 4, 5, 6 & CC Windows & OSX compatible Fully Customizable Presets Use with JPEG or Raw image files


SolidAngle Cinema 4D to Arnold v1.7.1 for Cinema 4D R16 to R18 Win/Mac


Title: SolidAngle Cinema 4D to Arnold v1.7.1 for Cinema 4D R16 to R18 Win/Mac

SolidAngle Cinema 4D to Arnold v1.7.1 for Cinema 4D R16 to R18 Win/Mac


Arnold is an advanced Monte Carlo ray tracing renderer built for the demands of feature-length animation and visual effects. Originally co-developed with Sony Pictures Imageworks and now their main renderer, Arnold is used at over 300 studios worldwide including ILM, Framestore, MPC, The Mill and Digic Pictures. Arnold was the primary renderer on dozens of films from Monster House and Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs to Pacific Rim and Gravity. It is available as a standalone renderer on Linux, Windows and Mac OS X, and is accessible through plug-ins for Maya, Softimage, Houdini and Katana.



V-Ray 3.40.05 For Maya 2016

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Title: V-Ray 3.40.05 For Maya 2016

V-Ray 3.40.05 For Maya 2016


New in V-Ray 3.4 for Maya:

V-Ray 3.4 for Maya Denoiser

New V-Ray Denoiser

Removes noise automatically, cutting your render times by up to 50% with GPU acceleration. V-Ray’s denoising technology is non-destructive, giving you the original render and the denoised version for even more control in post. Denoising can be used progressively while rendering or after rendering, with support for animation and enhanced blending between frames with the standalone denoiser tool.

Works with Maya 2017

V-Ray 3.4 now supports the new render layers and motion graphics tools in Maya 2017.

GPU rendering improvements

Procedural textures supported by V-Ray RT GPU can now be used as bump maps.

Aerial Perspective

Control the color of atmospheric haze.

Faster Global Illumination

V-Ray Light Cache calculations are up to 15% faster.


New support for VRayMultiSubtex.

V-Ray RT improvements

Update render regions on the fly – without restarting the render.