10 things you didn’t know about Maxwell Render

July 07, 2015 2 min read

What do you really know about Maxwell Render and the passionate people that work at Next Limit Technologies? The next 10 Facts about Maxwell, plus two incredible summer Specials, will get you more acquainted with this amazing software.

 1) Maxwell developers live in an undisclosed location in the Pyrenees mountains. Mail Attachment

2) Maxwell’s Multilight lets you create videos like these with just ONE render.

 

3) Maxwell was the first renderer to introduce a material preview ball!  Check out the detailed tech specs here. Simball_Maxwell 2

4) Over 15 plugins are included with ONE Maxwell license….C4D, SketchUp, Rhino, 3ds Max, Maya

5) Maxwell & RealFlow are both developed by Next Limit in Madrid, España! 1024px-Gran_Vía_(Madrid)_1 2Imagecredits Felipe Gabaldón.

6) Maxwell was used in the VFX Oscar winner – The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. BenButtonMaxwell7) The “most beautiful commercial” for Guerlain was rendered in Maxwell by Fix Studio, Paris.

 

8) Maxwell Render offers schools and their students FREE licenses!

9) Hereyou can see the boys but there actually are a few girls in the Maxwell team too… Maxwell girls - 730

10) Sneak peek: the upcoming V3.2 of Maxwell will include super helpful demo scenes! Unnamed

And now take a look at these two awesome specials. Happy rendering!

Maxwell Summer Price Drop 

 You have till July 31st to get these Maxwell Products at a 24% discount!

Maxwell with Rhino Mac

Maxwell is ready for Rhino for Mac right now! Rhino Mac users don't need to wait for plugin releases – they can already render in Maxwell using the Maxwell Studio workflow: 

1.Export OBJ (or similar format mutually supported by Rhino & Studio) files from Rhino

2.Import them into Maxwell Studio

3.Set up the scene

4.Render 

Maxwell Render comes with the Maxwell Studio application included.

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  This is the best time to become a Maxwell user!

 

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