Artlantis

PARIS, April 8, 2015 – Abvent S.A., has announced the launch of Artlantis 6, the latest version of its stand-alone rendering application developed especially for architects and designers. The new version features a brand-new physical engine, new lighting options, and other exciting enhancements that makes Artlantis a clear choice for more than 85,000 architects and designers in over 80 countries worldwide.


NOTE: Deactivating the Artlantis license will automatically deactivate the Maxwell Render engine license.


Using the Artlantis License Manager enables you to launch Artlantis on a specific number of client computers connected to a network.

At an instant, Artlantis can be launched on a number of client workstations simultaneously (where "x" is the number of workstations with licenses). Once it is launched on x number of workstations, Artlantis will not launch on any additional workstations without first closing it on one of the workstations where it is open.


You can evaluate Artlantis and the Maxwell Render engine for 30 days. During the evaluation period, a watermark is displayed across the renderings for both Atlantis and Maxwell Render engines. When the evaluation period is over, Artlantis will no longer run. However, you can still activate it by entering a serial number, so any work started during the evaluation period can be continued.


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