Altus is versatile and fully compatible with Windows, Mac, and Linux operating systems. It is also user friendly – designed for seamless integration into any Monte Carlo based 3-D rendering configuration. As an added bonus, our website contains a rich assortment of documentation, demos, and other resources designed to make installing and using Altus easier. And of course, real time help is available as well.


Our website includes detailed documentation for setup with various operating systems, including descriptions of minimum system requirements, and a helpful glossary. Licensing information, and integration into third party systems, is also available. A change log documents the progression of Altus development, and Known Issues describes possible glitches and bugs users might encounter.Visit our documentation


Separate web pages with examples of before and after visual examples of rendering results are also included on the Innobright website. Demo modules for four commonly used 3-D rendering programs – Arnold, Maxwell, PBRT, and V-Ray allow users to see for themselves the dramatic difference Altus denoising software can make.


Our commitment to our customers does not end with the sale. A help portal serves as the manual for Altus software. Innobright forums allow users to interact with one another through our website. Users who need individual help with installing, configuring, or using Altus can send us an email or create a support ticket online. Go find an answer on our forums.


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All Altus downloads, including our SDK, are free for evaluation purposes, but insert a watermark over your render. To remove the watermark, purchase the licenses you'll need to get your project finished quickly.

If you want to say goodbye to expensive, slow 3-D renders, check out what Altus can do.