Artlantis Application

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What is Artlantis Application?

Artlantis is a 3D rendering program that is developed by Abvent. It is used to help designers and architects create 3D renderings, QuickTime VR objects, animations, and iVisit 3D Panoramas. Artlantis Render is mostly for creating high-quality images, while Artlantis Studio is for those who want both images and iVisit 3D Panoramas, animations, and QuickTime VR objects. Artlantis productivity is based on real-time previews. It has an array of viewpoints that lets the user create, save, and organize. Each viewpoint also allows the user to do a real study of his scene. This includes the date, a light source change, a camera lens change, and adding a background.

Features include an ISO Shutter Speed, a HDRi Background, and a Maxwell Render Engine. The HDRi is for obtaining spherical backgrounds. Maxwell Render Engine is for 3D rendering, and comes with postcards and specific shaders. Artlantis also has a tone correction for lightening dark images, and a Fresnel Shader for metallic car bodies.

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File types supported by Artlantis Application

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Last updated: : December 5, 2013