The update adds Intel's Open Image Denoise and C4D's Tiles and Brick shaders to all Redshift-compatible applications.
Maxon has announced the release of Redshift 3.5.13 – a minor update to the company's production renderer, adding the previously-added features, initially available to Cinema 4D users only, to other Redshift-compatible applications.
The new version of Redshift adds support for Intel's render denoising system Open Image Denoise (OIDN) to all supported DCC host applications – Blender, 3ds Max, Maya, Houdini, and Katana. Additionally, C4D's Tiles and Brick shaders have also been made available to the users of other programs.
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