Trial Refresh: All users, even on a trial, get a full 30 day trial refresh to try out both the new features, and the new products added into the subscription. Download and install Corona 9 from the link above, and enjoy trying all the new features.
Trial Refresh: The update to the new licensing and new trial system brings some additional good news: you will get a full 45 days to try out Corona 8 — even if you’ve tried it before! Simply download and install Corona 8 from the link above, and enjoy trying all the new features.
2021 is coming to a close, and we’re looking forward to heading into an exciting 2022 alongside you, our users. Every major feature coming in Corona 8 is based on user requests, and we can’t wait to be wowed by the artwork you create with the next version, just as you have amazed us this year!
Just before we head off for the year, please join us in congratulating the winner of our Christmas Contest – Studio 403! Their image is being used for our Christmas banners as seen at the top of this blog post, and they have won themselves an annual Corona license. We’d also like to thank everyone who entered, and gave the team here such a fun challenge in choosing a winner.
Last, we’d also like to announce that our office will be closed on Monday December 20th and will reopen on Monday January 3rd – support will be limited during this time.
All of us here at Chaos Czech would like to wish you a fantastic holiday season, and we’ll see you soon in 2022!
In this blog post Bogdan Sasu talks to us about his latest collaboration with Ian Spriggs, a new book called ‘A Portrait of a Digital Age’, as well as what perfection can mean for an artist always striving for that next level, and how Corona Renderer can ease the pain of worrying about technical parameters, freeing you to be more creative!
Christmas is coming up, and we’d like to offer one lucky winner an early Christmas present! Take part in our “Render a Magical Christmas” contest, and you could win a Yearly Corona License from us, and have your image shared on our official social media channels.
The Black Friday sale is here! This is your chance to get the biggest discount we ever offer for Corona Renderer: save 22% off the first year of any Yearly FairSaaS license!
All you need to do is head to our order page, choose whether you want the 3ds Max or Cinema 4D version, and then enter code BF21 during checkout. The offer only runs from Friday November 26th to Monday November 29th.
In this blog Ryan Grobins takes us through a detailed account of bringing his incredible short film Cyan Eyed to life. From humble beginnings to working with Skywalker Sound, this is a fascinating look of the entire process.
It’s with great pleasure that we announce the release of Corona Renderer 7 for Cinema 4D! With Clearcoat and Sheen in the new Physical Material, easy and fast aerial perspective in the Corona Sky, the addition of the Corona Material Library, the ability to render OpenVDB files for fire and smoke simulations, faster rendering, and many more updates, this release will give you better results, all while making your 3D work easier and speedier!
NEW FEATURES VIDEO
Here’s the quick overview of some of the new features, in the New Features video:
Demo Refresh: If you have tried a previous version of Corona Renderer and your 45-day trial has expired, then you’ll be pleased to hear that we have automatically refreshed the demo period to give everyone an extra 14 days! Simply download and install Corona Renderer 7 from the link above, and activate the demo license right within Cinema 4D. Enjoy!
The first iteration of the new Physical Material appeared in the Corona 7 Daily Build in December. We knew we’d be revisiting it to make changes based on user feedback…. and that has been done, and a near-final version of the Physical Material is in the latest Daily Build!
In this article we’ll take a detailed look at it, so that you can get up to speed before the final release of 7 by learning about it, and even trying it out, right now!