Author Topic: Making Corona a real thing on Blender  (Read 1285 times)

2021-05-12, 20:05:13

CamilleB

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Hey mates,

Hope you're doing well.
Would like to know if there's any chance to have developers to make a true version of Corona for Blender.

I'm pretty sure a lot of Blenders users could pay for Corona. Any chance?
Should we make a kickstarter for that in partnership with Maxon to make it happens?

2021-05-12, 20:08:45
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TomG

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No plans for this, for the joint reasons of the added complexity of the open source license, and the fact that we would need a great many great developers added to the team (otherwise it would just take time away and slow down our development of our other versions) - our job position for developers is always open, but there are not that many great  / good ones that apply, so the team does not grow that fast.

2021-05-12, 23:03:18
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burnin

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You're always welcome to join and use an alternative > LuxCore renderer ;)

2021-05-13, 15:11:16
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CamilleB

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I would love to use Luxecore, but it's not the best option right now. Even Octane is far more impressive in Blender.
I could really see myself using Luxecore, but seems it's far away from the Corona, Octane or even Cycles to me... Maybe I'm wrong?!

Maybe the Luxecore team should make a Kickstarter and promote it to make sure a lot of people put money on it. I dunnoo...