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Old 20-08-2003, 01:42 PM   #1
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Hi everyone,

we at Shoran Software are proud to announce the long awaited release of RenderPal 2003, the next iteration of the famous batch rendering tool for Maya. This new version comes along with a really long list of new features, changes, improvements and bugfixes (the list of changes has 90 entries!). Some of the new major additions include:

- Maya 5.0 support
- 3 new renderers (like the Vector and Hardware renderer introduced with Maya 5)
- an improved GUI
- automatic image slicing
- a multi-threaded environment (so you can now edit RenderPal even when a rendering is in progress)
- a new output window
- a comprehensive documentation

and much more.

Instead of bothering you with an endless text about how great this new version is, we just ask you to check out our (improved) site at http://www.renderpal.com. A new wallpaper can also be found on our site (you should really take a look at it!). We hope that you'll enjoy this new version as much as we do!

Your Shoran Software Team

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All that's showing up on the site is "© blue-tonic GmbH 2001" in white text on a black background.
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Old 21-08-2003, 10:03 AM   #4
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sorry. was my mistake. i corrected it and now it should work.
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Old 21-08-2003, 01:33 PM   #5
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I must say renderpal is great. I really like the ease of the set up, and it is very easy to change settings for rendering. I really like how you can have many different files, or even the same file with different frame sections/cameras in the cues. Its very helpfull. I have used it for the last year and a half. lol... Anybody know how much the commercial version cost? Thanks,
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Old 21-08-2003, 02:56 PM   #6
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the workstation version costs 29.95 euro or USD 35.03
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