MAXWELL for RHINO
FOLLOWING THE RHINO MENTALITY
Rhino and Maxwell blend into each other seamlessly following the same logic. Transitioning from Rhino to Maxwell is a no brainer as virtually everything on Maxwell is exactly where you would expect it to be on Rhino. Take your Rhino creations to the ultimate level with Maxwell rendering.
highlights of maxwell for rhino
Enhanced texture visualization
You can now choose which texture of each material you want to be shown in the viewport. With one click, select the texture for display, with two clicks, open the texture properties panel. It will work both in Shaded and Rendered display modes.
Find everything where it should be; Rendering options, environment, materials, sun settings,… Also, you can make use of Rhino materials and procedural textures
Integrated material editor
Create, tune up and preview your Maxwell materials directly from inside Rhino. All the power of Maxwell materials at your fingertips. Use Rhino procedural textures within Maxwell materials.
Easy material creation
Import lots of material in one action, use the material assistants, retrieve materials from the online gallery or create complex materials from scratch.
Create several Maxwell environments in the same scene for the different cameras; easily change the atmosphere of your scene in a few clicks
Insert your mxs references into Rhino (trees, plants, assets,…) with different visualization options and instance them as many times as you want
Pack and Go
Move your scene to another computer easily with the Pack and Go feature:
30 DAYS FREE DEMO
NEW IN MAXWELL 5.2
New denoiser implementation
In Maxwell 5.2 we have remade the way the Denoiser works inside Maxwell. Now Maxwell does not need to run two passes, the Denoiser information is kept in the mxi file, the memory requirements are reduced to the minimum and new fine-tunning options are exposed. This is a more solid, comfortable and easy Denoiser.
Tested in scene with 2 millions triangles. || 2048×1152 || Sampling level 16 || CPU: Intel Xeon E5-1650 v3 3.50GHz 6 cores || GPU: Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060