TITANIC: A Great Movie Rendered by LightWave 3D

LightWave 3D is a cost-effective 3D animation software developed by an American company NewTek. It’s one of the most important 3D animation software in the industry.

Due to LightWave’s easy-to-use and powerful functions in biological modeling and character animation, LightWave 3D is widely used in the filed of film, television, advertising, games, animation, etc. LightWave 3D’s rendering module is based on ray tracing and radiosity, which makes its rendering quality perfect. So, LightWave 3D is popular with animation studios, film and television VFX studios and game developers.

The magnificent ship model in Hollywood blockbuster “Titanic”, the special effects in “Red Planet”, the game scenes in “Dino Crisis 2” and “Resident Evil – Code: Veronica”…they are all produced by LightWave 3D.

FoxRenderfarm is applicable to LightWave 3D! FoxRenderfarm has numerous rendering nodes and huge storage, they can provide a lot of servers as what customers need and save much rendering time for the projects. FoxRenderfarm’s powerful technical team can make different rendering solutions according to customers’ requirements. Customers can put more time and energy on artistic creation.

Now, let’s look at what this render farm supports:

1.Support multisequencing rendering
2.Support freely choosing scenes
3.Support enabling pipeline settings by force
4.Support LightWave_2015.3, other versions can be configured according to customers’ requirements
5.Support Lightwave Render and Lightwave Arnold Render
6.Support Non-ABCD drive path
7.Rendering resolution and output format can be set by files

At last, enjoy some pictures rendered by LightWave 3D!

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