Cindigo 3.2.9.1 - Integrated Beta

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Cindigo 3.2.9.1 - Integrated Beta

Post by fused » Sat Mar 17, 2012 5:03 am

Cindigo 3.2.9.1 - Integrated Beta
for Indigo Renderer 3.2.9 and Indigo RT 3.2.9

There still isn't an integrated version for Indigo RT yet, but the export functionality works as before.

Windows users: there might be an issue with the installer. Please make sure you uninstall the previous version before installing this one. If you already installed 3.2.9.1, manually delete the "Cindigo 3.2.9" folder from your C4D/plugins folder.

Please keep in mind that this is a beta release and that there are a good few issues left to fix (save often).
Cindigo 3.2.9.1 R10 - PC
Download: Installer
x86 and x64
Cindigo 3.2.9.1 R11 - PC
Download: Installer
x86 and x64
Cindigo 3.2.9.1 R11.5 - PC
Download: Installer
x86 and x64
Cindigo 3.2.9.1 R12 and R13 - PC
Download: Installer
x86 and x64
Here are the mac builds:
Cindigo 3.2.9.1 R10.5 - Mac
Download: Archive
x86 only
Cindigo 3.2.9.1 R11 - Mac
Download: Archive
x86 and x64
Cindigo 3.2.9.1 R11.5 - Mac
Download: Archive
x86 and x64
Cindigo 3.2.9.1 R12 and R13 - Mac
Download: Archive
x86 and x64

changelog wrote:Cindigo 3.2.9.1
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* Fixed problem with C4D not exiting properly when EXRs were used with Indigo.
* Fixed issues with failed previews (missing textures, etc) - it now won't try to re-render the preview until the next change.
* Fixed regular tabulated spectrum.
* Network rendering now works when using the integrated renderer.
* Cindigo now respects the "Perfect Sphere" option in the sphere primitive.
* Textures from the the Content Browser can now be used with Cindigo.
* Texture baking was happening in the wrong thread.
* Textures baked for previews (material & interactive) now have a resolution limit of 512*512.

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Cindigo 3.2.9.1 - Integrated Beta

Post by zeitmeister » Sat Mar 17, 2012 6:16 am

Yeah!
Gonna check this out tomorrow...
thanks a lot!!!
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Re: Cindigo 3.2.9.1 - Integrated Beta

Post by PureSpider » Sat Mar 17, 2012 10:31 am

* Fixed problem with C4D not exiting properly when EXRs were used with Indigo.
After a long time, you finally killed that one 8)

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Re: Cindigo 3.2.9.1 - Integrated Beta

Post by Phoenix » Sat Mar 17, 2012 12:19 pm

Thanks Yves,

there had been a few really quick fixes! 8)

Kind regards,
Tom

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Re: Cindigo 3.2.9.1 - Integrated Beta

Post by zeitmeister » Sun Mar 18, 2012 3:48 am

Nearly everything working like a charm here...
thank you, fused!!!

... but tabulated absorption is still broken here. :-(
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Re: Cindigo 3.2.9.1 - Integrated Beta

Post by fused » Sun Mar 18, 2012 4:13 am

zeitmeister wrote:Nearly everything working like a charm here...
thank you, fused!!!

... but tabulated absorption is still broken here. :-(
Hm, ok. It worked on Windows and I didn't actually test it on the mac :)

Maybe I overlooked one place where tabulated is used in the code. What material were you using?

edit: I just realised that since the tabulated spectra aren't initialised to anything(oops), just setting a material to tabulated might break it :) Sorry, will fix it.

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Re: Cindigo 3.2.9.1 - Integrated Beta

Post by pixie » Sun Mar 18, 2012 4:38 am

Fire, beware, you might get beaten at your own game! ,)

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Re: Cindigo 3.2.9.1 - Integrated Beta

Post by MartyMart » Sun Mar 18, 2012 7:01 am

Hi

Can't get this to work with Indigo RT, says I don't have a license.

What am I doing wrong.......

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Re: Cindigo 3.2.9.1 - Integrated Beta

Post by fused » Sun Mar 18, 2012 7:15 am

MartyMart wrote:Hi

Can't get this to work with Indigo RT, says I don't have a license.

What am I doing wrong.......

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Hi Marty,

form the previous version: "Indigo RT is currently not fully supported at the moment; you can still use it, but certain restrictions apply."

You can still use the export functionality as before. We are working on it. There will be support for integrated rendering with RT within the next couple of weeks.

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Re: Cindigo 3.2.9.1 - Integrated Beta

Post by MartyMart » Mon Mar 19, 2012 9:18 am

Hi

OK I can live with that, but you've got 2 weeks max.... :lol:

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Re: Cindigo 3.2.9.1 - Integrated Beta

Post by Ryouta Sumeragi » Tue Mar 20, 2012 10:27 pm

Thank you for the update!

However, the problem was found...
"Render with Indigo" cannot be executed with Win7(SP1).
It is unstable though can execute in Win7(NonSP1).



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