Year / Release Date : 2020
Version : v21.2.0
Developer : Diffuse Logic
Developer site : bellarender.com/
Bit depth : 64bit
Interface language : English
Tabletka : present
System requirements : Bella only supports 64-bit machines and operating systems. It is recommended to have at least 8 GB of memory, but usually 16 GB or more is preferred. Bella itself is very compact, but it may require large files when using it, so you should have enough disk space (preferably an SSD).
On Windows, we support version 8 and higher. Bella may work with earlier versions, but we do not officially support them.
Bella for Rhino supports Rhino 6, Rhino 7, SketchUp 2017 and later, Maya 2018 and 2019. The plugins include a local copy of the Bella GUI, so that’s all you need if you are a content creator.
Description : Bella is a modern spectral renderer built from the ground up to achieve unparalleled realism.
Taking a physics-based approach, it not only creates truly photographic images, but it does so with predictability that makes it easier to use and increases productivity.
With its flexible node system and intuitive physical material and camera models, Bella aims to help you unleash your true potential as a digital artist and photographer.
Add. Info : SPECTRAL RENDERING
Bella works in spectral space, allowing effects such as BSDF wavelength dependence, diffraction, or atmosphere to be simulated much more accurately than in color space.
The Bella Apollo solver is capable of solving caustics through mirrored surfaces to accurately visualize pool caustics, caustics visible through windows, emitters enclosed in glass, etc.
Bella’s materials provide real internal subsurface scattering layers. Light interacts very effectively physically with the substrate, layer and thin films.
The Thin Film node, which can be applied to a layer of material or substrate, simulates nanometer-scale film, providing physically accurate iridescence.
The nested priority feature in Bella materials allows intersecting dielectric (eg glass, liquid) volumes to be displayed correctly and conveniently.
The complex material provides an easy way to use spectral refractive index measurement data. The use of external files or IOR data is optional.
Bella’s smart materials provide a quick and easy way to create and use metals, ceramics and plastics with just a few simple parameters.
Like everything else, textures in Bella are node-based, which allows the output of one texture to be used as input to another.
Bella provides extensive support for instantiation – indeed, everything that can be seen in Bella’s scene is essentially an instance.
PHYSICAL SKY AND SUN
Bella’s physical model of the sun and sky can be controlled by date / time and location, or by explicitly specifying direction.
Bella offers several types of built-in procedural lights, including point, point, area and directional.