OctaneBench® Alternatives

    OctaneBench® is described as 'allows you to benchmark your GPU using OctaneRender. This provides a level playing field by making sure that everybody uses the same version and the same scenes and settings. Without these constraints, benchmark results can vary a lot'. There are more than 25 alternatives to OctaneBench® for a variety of platforms, including Windows, Mac, Linux, Autodesk 3ds Max and Sketchup. The best alternative is Adobe Dimension. It's not free, so if you're looking for a free alternative, you could try Cycles Renderer or LuxCoreRender. Other great apps like OctaneBench® are POV-Ray (Free, Open Source), Keyshot (Paid), V-Ray (Paid) and appleseed (Free, Open Source).

    This page was last updated Sep 9, 2019

    1. Artlantis Studio is the ideal tool for anyone who wants very high resolution rendering not only for images, but for QuickTime VR Panoramas, Objects and animations as well.
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      A free Terrain Synthesizer and RendererPicogen is an outdoor ray tracing system, a free Terrain Synthesizer and Renderer targeting large-scale terrain with realistic day/night-illumination and detailed plant populations.

      Discontinued

      No recent releases since 2010. See https://code.google.com/archive/p/picogen/downloads

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    2. NOX Renderer is a rendering software based on unbiased methods. The renderer is available as a standalone Windows executable with a plug-in to link it to 3ds Max. A linking script is also available for Blender users.
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      3D rendering software for architects and designers. Maxwell is legendary for its quality and realism, and delivers great results via a simple set-up, which lets you focus on lighting.
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      Indigo RT is a new rendering solution which delivers unmatched value in the high end rendering market.
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    3. Visual Designer is an advanced GPU & CPU photorealistic renderer with a unique set of features to handle all the aspects of your creation. It will save a significant amount of time and let you concentrate on refining your designs & arts aesthetics.
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    4. Nebula is a powerful physically based renderer with realtime preview. Two rendering modes are supported: - Pure CPU ray-tracing - Hybrid mode using the GPU General features: - Intuitive user interface with multiple settings(materials, rendering, lights, ...
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    5. Maverick Studio is a GPU-accelerated render engine for engineers, designers and artists. Capable of outstanding quality and performance, it packs an impressive list of features at an aggressive price point. Anyone can try it for free, for 30 days.
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      MiniLight is a minimal global illumination renderer. It is primarily an exercise in simplicity. But that makes it a good base and benchmark (in some sense) for development and experimentation. And it just might be the neatest renderer around (on average, about 650 lines).
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      3Delight is a fast, high quality, RenderMan®-compliant renderer designed to produce photo-realistic images in demanding production environments.
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