3ds Max 2010

Hey all! I’m not sure if I post this question here, but I have an EVGA 8800GT Superclocked 512Mb and I was wondering if I can use it to help render in 3ds Max 2010 32bit? Is there some CUDA plugin?

Hi, I just wanted to point you to n-Tracer, our GPU-based (CUDA-based) renderer for 3dsmax 2009. You can find more information at our website: http://n-dimensional.es

The renderer is still under development and we are still looking for stability, image quality and features. So no optimization have been yet done.

As an example of our results, this is an screenshot rendered with n-Tracer.

This image took 90 seconds to render at 1440x1080 with global illumination on a low-end graphics system (GeForce 230 Mobile). Still didn’t try with a GeForce GTX400 class (hello? nVidia? ;) )

The following is an animation made with n-Tracer (not real-time) to show the effects of global illumination:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F8fRieEK6nM

If you have any question or want to provide feedback, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Cheers.

Hi, I just wanted to point you to n-Tracer, our GPU-based (CUDA-based) renderer for 3dsmax 2009. You can find more information at our website: http://n-dimensional.es

The renderer is still under development and we are still looking for stability, image quality and features. So no optimization have been yet done.

As an example of our results, this is an screenshot rendered with n-Tracer.

This image took 90 seconds to render at 1440x1080 with global illumination on a low-end graphics system (GeForce 230 Mobile). Still didn’t try with a GeForce GTX400 class (hello? nVidia? ;) )

The following is an animation made with n-Tracer (not real-time) to show the effects of global illumination:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F8fRieEK6nM

If you have any question or want to provide feedback, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Cheers.