Artlantis Render is a 3D modeling tool that enables you to create high quality representations by working with different 3D objects, perspective cameras, ambient and artificial lighting, image effects, and so on.
Note that Artlantis Render is a limited edition of the Artlantis Studio application: the basic tools are included, but you cannot create animation effects, and you cannot render animations or virtual reality environments.
Create 3D scenes and effortlessly change your viewpoint
To help you get started, Artlantis Render comes with a collection of more than 400 3D media objects organized into various categories which can be quickly included in your 3D scenes. In addition, Artlantis Render allows you to work with shaders, various textures, and even 3D people or plants.
The best part is that Artlantis Render allows you to view the modifications in real time, to quickly switch between the 3D and 2D viewing mode, or to modify your viewpoint.
Other customization options include the possibility to change the background image, the light source, or the camera lens. All in all, you have control over everything that might influence the appearance of the 3D representation.
Powerful 3D modeling software solution that works well with third party editors
Thanks to various integration plug-ins, Artlantis Render is able to work with some of the most popular CAD applications in order to help you create realistic renderings for almost any 3D project.
Artlantis Render is able to import frequently used 3D file formats, such as DWF, FBX, DWG, or DXF files, but can also work directly with various apps (Vectorworks, ArchiCAD, SchetchUp, and so on).
To conclude, Artlantis Render proposes versatile solutions for creating high quality 3D representations that can be inserted into websites, or into private presentations. The large collection of built-in media objects can get your started in no time, while the various customization options can help you create high quality 3D representations
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