Friday, September 20, 2013

OctaneRender for Rhino special price during beta


The OctaneRender™ for Rhino plug-in fully integrates the OctaneRender engine into Rhino 5, which dramatically improves the workflow by making the need to export your scene from Rhino 5 to OctaneRender obsolete.
The plug-in will be a new product, launched in a reduced price beta phase, and will remain in beta until it goes final. A license for the OctaneRender for Rhino plug-in product alone will cost 99€ while in the initial open beta phase. By purchasing an open beta license, you will receive a copy of the final version, including updates (v1.0, 1.1, 1.2) and an upgrade option for v2.0 in the future.


4 comments:

Anonymous said...

It is about 279$ because you will need the Standalone Octane Render as well.

OctaneRender™ for Rhino® Beta + Standalone Combo v1.x License (279 €)

Anonymous said...

OctaneRender™ for Rhino® Beta + Standalone Combo v1.x License (279 €)

you will need a Standalone Ocaten render. So the price is about 279€

Mel H. Ristau said...

OctaneRender or V-Ray?

I'm just beginning to learn Rhino and have not purchased a render application (for architectural interiors).

My cost for OctaneRender is about $850:
(app $379 USD + EVGA GeForce GTX670 4GB, $450)

V-Ray about 960 USD & use my Sapphire 7950

(only about $100 difference)

Any guidance regarding this decision greatly appreciated.

Anonymous said...

Rhino 5 rendering is pretty good all by itself (many times better than Rhino 4).