Altus 2.4

Some of you Redshift users have written to us asking about the updates mentioned in previous newsletters; we have good news! Updates to the Altus-Redshift have been pushed to Redshift and the updated API integration is on the way. Below is what you can expect:

• Streamlined RLM license checkouts for Altus

• Device selection for Altus to match device Redshift uses to render

• Faster AOV denoising along with the beauty



Node-Locked vs. Floating License

Node-Locked: Node-locked licenses lock your usage of Altus to the computer with the specific MAC address you provided. If the MAC address were to change, you will no longer be able to use your license.

Ideal Situation: You work on one specific computer at all times (laptop or desktop). A node-locked license will be the best license type for your workflow.

Floating: This license type is locked to the server that distributes the license. This can be the same machine or a networked machine. The license is limited to the count that was purchased but gives much more flexibility by allowing you to share licenses across computers on the same network.

Ideal Situation: You or your studio have a network with multiple computers running off of it. A floating license will allow you to work at any computer that is communicating from that specific server network.


Altus Denoiser is on YouTube. We have posted new tutorials so be sure to 'like and subscribe' as you normally do with all your favorite channels. Get ahead, save time and denoise.

This is a great platform for our subscribers to see how to use Altus to its fullest potential. We are excited to get this back up and running and hope to see you there. Feedback is always welcomed so shout out to us for a video you'd like to see.

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Team Innobright