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luxrender (rendering engine)

LuxRender is a physically based and unbiased rendering engine.
Based on state of the art algorithms, LuxRender simulates the flow of
light according to physical equations, thus producing realistic images
of photographic quality. It is fully-featured, with a command line
application as well as a GUI, widespread render farm support, instancing,
volumetrics, motion blur, and more.

This package supports 64-bit systems only, because it installs the
pre-compiled LuxRender package. It is possible to install LuxRender on
32-bit systems, but it requires building from source.

Optional Depencencies:

Install Options:
To install without OpenCL support, launch this script like this:

$ OPENCL=no ./luxrender.SlackBuild

Blender Plugin
By default, this SlackBuild:

1. Attempts to auto-detect where your Blender install is by grepping
2. Attempts to install the Blender plugin to that location.

If you do not want it to attempt to do this, do:

$ BLENDER=no ./luxrender.SlackBuild

The Blender plugin will be copied to /usr/share/luxrender-VERSION

If you do have Blender, but in a different path than the
path, or not listed in /var/log/packages for some reason, then you can
hardcode the path:

$ BLENDER=/path/to/blender/scripts ./luxrender.SlackBuild

IMPORTANT: Point to your Blender **scripts** directory.

This requires: FreeImage

Maintained by: Klaatu
Keywords: render,blender,3d,lux,povray,mitsuba
ChangeLog: luxrender


Source Downloads (64bit):
lux-v1.4-x86_64-sse2-OpenCL.tar.bz2 (6635929c033c55c4300c8fc928fa1647)
lux-v1.4-x86_64-sse2.tar.bz2 (ec37591dd3efca4c0ab2051bcc9e64e1)

Download SlackBuild:
luxrender.tar.gz.asc (FAQ)

(the SlackBuild does not include the source)

Validated for Slackware 14.2

See our HOWTO for instructions on how to use the contents of this repository.

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