Redshift for C4D, call for developers
My name is Panagiotis ("Panos") Zompolas and I'm the CTO of Redshift.
For those of you that have never heard of it, Redshift is a GPU-accelerated, physically-correct, production-quality renderer. It offers biased rendering capabilities (such as point-based GI) as well as brute-force-style techniques. It supports out-of-core geometry and textures which allow efficient rendering of scenes the can exceed the GPU memory limits. Also supported are layered/deep EXR, volumetric lighting, hair, deformation/transformation blur, a comprehensive list of AOVs, multiple light types, visibility flags, UDIM/UVTILE support, height/vector displacement, tessellation with crease control, light/shadow object links and many more. For more info, please visit http://www.redshift3d.com.
Redshift is commercially available for Softimage and Maya (3dsMax plugin currently in alpha) and currently in use by many small-to-medium studios as well as a few larger ones. Chances are you’ve already seen at least one Redshift-rendered production in the last few months!
Since our v1.0 release a bit more than a year ago, we've been constantly receiving requests to support other 3D apps such as Cinema4D. Well, we’re happy to say that the time has finally come to expand the Redshift family!
So we’d like to use this opportunity to invite any good Cinema4D plugin developers that might be interested in helping out with this endeavor! There are multiple different ways this could work out in terms of responsibilities, workload and rewards - we'd prefer to discuss these privately. FYI, our in-house developed plugins are written using our own Redshift API. Redshift's comprehensive and rapidly evolving feature set means a great level of integration should be possible, as evident in the currently released plugins.
Finally, if you're not a plugin developer but you'd like to see Redshift support for your favorite 3d app and happen to know someone that might be interested, please kindly let them know of this opportunity!
Any interested parties should email us at: email@example.com