The Best Features that are present in Lumion 12.5 Rendering
Rendering software such as Lumion is widely used and popular. The Lumion software keeps improving with every new version, and with each new version, it offers users a greater range of quality options and settings.
There is nothing you need to worry about when it comes to getting quality and fast renderings in Lumion 12.5, the latest version that has everything you need for preparing great architectural presentations. A very important reason why it is one of the most preferred render software by architects is that it comes with an easy-to-use interface that makes it very easy for architects to use it.
For all architectural projects, including student presentations, Lumion can be used to produce stunning render images that can be used for presentations. By choosing Lumion as your software solution, you will be able to save a lot of time.
New features present in Lumion 12.5
Our recommendation is that you should upgrade to Lumion's latest version as soon as possible. Due to Lumion's constant improvement, you are always given more options to view your designs exactly how you want to without. You can improve your rendering experience with Lumion 12.5 by using it to create a faster and more clear rendering.
New features have been added to the existing offer of spatial ambient, visually arresting elements and effects, including volumetric spotlights, Omni lights, and surface decals, to give users a wide variety of options. Thanks to a significantly improved scene-building experience and subtle but effective usability and workflow enhancements, Lumion is significantly more user-friendly and significantly faster than any other existing scene-building software available.
Volumetric Effect with Spotlights
With the new volumetric light effect for spotlights, you can now cast a visible beam of light throughout your scene, providing a sense of depth and ambience, as well as providing lighting for a charming, dramatic atmosphere.
A volumetric effect can be achieved through the use of spotlights in a variety of ways. The volumetric effect can be used to illuminate interiors, exteriors, and even swimming pools in order to add more depth and realism to an environment.
Optical Omni lights with volumetric effects
There are a number of settings where volumetric lighting can be useful. In addition to adding a beautiful glow to areas, the new volumetric Omni lights effect creates a sense of depth and adds a sense of mood, ambience, and ambience to the area.
A subtle application of this point-and-click effect can produce a wonderful result when it is applied subtly. Creating foggy nights is one way to do this. Consider depicting dust, steam, or mist when depicting inside views. It produces astounding results and has an immediate impact.
Lighter coloured temperatures
Create the perfect atmosphere for your home by using a new ambient light colour tool. By using the Kelvin scale, which measures colours from warm to cold, you may be able to produce interior lighting that is warm, inviting and energizing (3000K to 7000K) and external lighting that is crisp and energizing.
Capturing small and minute details
When it comes to Lumion 12, even the tiniest details count. Adding new surface decals, license plates, and a vast content collection of materials, objects, people, and natural objects to your design can give it an unexpected depth and add a surprising variety of content to your design.
Import different stickers
You now have a greater range of creative freedom in Lumion 12, thanks to the availability of custom decals which can be imported to give surfaces a more distinctive look and feel.
New surface stickers
You can add some individuality, style, and character to your visualizations with 142 new surface decals that will enhance their visual appeal. There are many elements that can be changed with a single click, including imperfect surfaces, wall art, bricks, moss, chalk drawings, paint, road markings, and much more.
In addition to the features mentioned above, you can also add weathering, displacement maps, and edges so as to create a variety of new ways of displaying surface flaws and drawing attention to textures in a way that has never been seen before.
To learn more, watch the following video tutorial.
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Newer animation for plants
Additionally, there are 110 newly animated plants in Lumion 12. The context for more animated, dynamic animations is created by these previously static objects moving with life.