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#1 christianz

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Posted 18 May 2010 - 02:09 PM

After nearly 4 years Realflow gets a significant upgrade with new functionality and architecture. Especially the new grid-based solver with the automatic creation of spray, mist and foam textures might change the way how people will use RF.

From Nextlimit:

RealFlow 5 represents another huge leap forward in simulation software. The latest version includes an enormous number of fantastic brand-new features and improvements, such as:

Hybrido, the revolutionary new hybrid technology, which makes RealFlow 5 the only product on the market which enables the user to simulate large bodies of water with sophisticated secondary effects, like splashes, foam and mist
Caronte, a cutting-edge body dynamics solver, which offers unmatched capabilities for large-scale, complex simulations
A highly accelerated particle-based solver, which means that simulations with standard fluids are now up to 20 times faster
New IDOCs and the new Job Manager, which enable you to spread scenes across several computers for simulation
Each standard license of RealFlow 5 now comes with a free copy of the RealFlow Renderkit v2 for mental ray or Renderman (Windows/Linux only)
And much, much more! To find out all the latest features and improvements, please see our website: http://www.realflow....rf_features.php

If you are a RealFlow 4 license holder and would like to upgrade your license or try out a demo, please log in to the customer gateway: https://portal.nextlimit.com/.

If you hold an earlier version of RealFlow, then please contact us for more information: http://www.nextlimit...ntact_sales.php

If you are a new customer, we will shortly be announcing the public launch on the RealFlow 5 website: www.realflow.com, at which point you will be able to try a demo of RealFlow 5 and purchase licenses.



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Posted 18 May 2010 - 02:15 PM

Looks impressive, did you beta test it ? Have you any results to show ?

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Posted 18 May 2010 - 02:20 PM

No I did not beta test the program. I am testing an early version of the Cinema4D plugin currently (which is not yet ready at the moment). Now, I have to see, how my older project files perform in the new environment. Had already two crashes B)/>

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Posted 28 May 2010 - 10:34 AM

Demo is available now http://realflow.com/rf_try.php

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Posted 27 November 2010 - 05:12 PM

If you have not downloaded the patches from the NextLimit website recently, I just wanted to mention that there were already several updates of RF5 since its introduction. We are now at 5.0.3. http://www.realflow...._5_0_3_0190.pdf What is also developing quite nicely is the new market of C++ plugins for RF itself (not the 3D applications). For example from this Italian shop: http://www.informati...art.it/plugins/ and from Iosim (some of his plugins are shiped with RF5): http://www.iosim.dk/




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