D5 Render has released a new version of its real-time raytracing renderer. The biggest improvement of version 2.2.1 is the improvement of quality in final rendered frames thanks to a significantly optimised anti-aliasing algorithm. In addition, the noise problem previously seen in reflections on glass has been fixed, and frosted glass materials have also been improved.
This release also sees a large number of new assets added to the built-in library, including over 100 wall and roof tile materials, water materials, basic shapes, character models, and more. In addition, the facial expressions and animations of human models have been optimised.
Find out what’s in this version on the D5 render forum.
D5 Render is available in free and paid versions. To find out more about what’s included, visit the D5 render website.