We’re pleased to launch the Corona Benchmark application for OS X!
This represents an important milestone for us. What you see here is a fully working version of Corona, using the same technology and rendering core as the Windows platform. The only difference at the moment is that it has no hooks into an external modeling program.
We’d ask you all to run the benchmark as the more people that try it, the more it will help this proof-of-concept and identify if there are any remaining issues with the conversion. Do please post your results (it’s an easy one click from within the benchmark to send them) and those results will post to the same table as the Windows results but will be marked in the listing as “OS X” (no flame wars, please! ;))
It took a lot of work to convert Corona across to OS X – 4 months of dedicated work by a single developer focused on the task – but we did it!
As always when we release something new, we’re not taking any time to pause. Instead, we will be pressing on with our other plans, including a Linux version which should be simpler to complete now that the OS X version is done and could see a release later this year; a standalone version of Corona on the OS X; and of course the OS X version of Corona for Cinema4D. We’ll keep you updated!
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Just for statistics and testing ran it on an i5 iMac at work 🙂
How ? is there a download link?
you can download it here: https://corona-renderer.com/benchmark/
Great news! Sad that Apple don’t allow hackintosh so people can build theri workstations 🙁
Instant crushing ._.
I cant seem to get it to work
wont work on 10.11.5 El Capitan!!
Can’t wait to try the OSx for C4D version!
Great work! One single developer did one awesome job!
Looking forward to check out Corona on a Mac.
Nice job! I’ll be try soon 🙂