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3ds Max Exporter



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Amazing image quality

Indigo is a photorealistic renderer which simulates the physics of light to achieve near-perfect image realism. By combining an industrial-strength renderer with native integration for Autodesk 3ds Max, you can create great images directly from 3ds Max.

3ds Max and Indigo together can generate images so realistic that your friends and clients won't be able to tell if it's a photo or computer generated.

Indigo for 3ds Max

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Easy to learn

Indigo features a fully integrated (native) plugin for 3ds Max, which makes the power of Indigo available from within a comfortable and familiar environment. Built from the ground-up by CG industry professionals, Indigo for 3ds Max caters to advanced users who want fine-grained control over materials and lighting, as well as novices via automatic scene conversion and a powerful, yet simple rendering engine.

Indigo for 3ds Max handles huge amounts of geometry very efficiently, easily rendering scenes with millions of triangles in seconds. Advanced rendering features such as subsurface scattering (SSS), displacement, motion blur and programmable shaders are all supported, as well as GPU acceleration and seamless network editing.

Getting Started

To get started with Indigo for 3ds Max, please follow the online tutorial.

Indigo for 3ds Max works with 64-bit versions of 3ds Max 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014.

Sample renders from Indigo

Orange juice © OnoSendai

Chocolate candy © MRoz

Modern house © bubs

Interior with table © bubs

Interior © bubs

Orchid © Sroka8888

Agera Park © Oscar J

Subsurface scattering © OnoSendai

Daily 326 © kklors

Daily 334 © kklors