Projects / RenderDotC


RenderDotC (RDC) is a photorealistic rendering toolkit which adheres to the RenderMan(R) standard. Using the Reyes architecture, RDC supports advanced capabilities such as motion blur, depth of field, trim curves, texture/environment/displacement mapping, and programmable shading in the RenderMan Shading Language. The shader compiler included in the toolkit compiles shaders all the way to machine language for the highest possible performance.


Recent releases

  •  05 Jun 2007 22:02

    Release Notes: Improved statistical output. Optional non raster-oriented dicing. The ability to specify motion factor as a dicing attribute, and user-defined placement of output on X. The Windows installer now sets up the environment.

    •  25 May 1999 16:01

      Release Notes: Now available for Linux


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