What does ILD Render do?
ILD Render is a tool for creating laser graphics (ILDA files) from Blender and Inkscape.
It consists of the actual ILD Render application and plugins for Blender and Inkscape
It is designed for a fast and straightforward workflow, just press render in Blender or export in Inkscape and you instantly see the graphics in ILD Render and your laser projector.
Also when you change optimization settings in ILD Render you will see the changes immediately on the projector.
ILD Render inherits the layers from Blender/Inkscape and can optimize every layer differently.
It's possible to assign layers to different projectors in case your scene is too complex for one projector.
- Microsoft Windows 10
- Blender 2.80 & up (recommended 3.0)
- Inkscape 0.92 & up (recommended 1.2)
|realtime data transfer from Blender/Inkscape to ILD Render
|unique layer system
|every layer has its own optimization settings
|see optimization changes instantly on projectors
|split image to multiple projectors via layer system
|every layer can be assigned to a different projector
|save & load layer settings as presets
|zoom & pan inside preview window
|true color system with color gradients
|save every projector output to separate ILDA file
Projector output options
|up to 9 projectors simultaneously
|geometric correction (size/offset/rotation)
|innovative Projective Mapping to overlay different projectors on planar surfaces
|included test patterns to setup projectors
Supported DACs / Hardware
|ILDA Digital Network (IDN)
|Pangolin Beyond (FB4 / FB3)
|JM Laser EasyLase/NetLase
|Audio DAC (EzAudDac)
|Laserdock/LaserCube via USB
|Sollinger Lasergraph DSP
(requires Lasergraph DSP Mark 2 Software Version 2014-05-15 or higher)
|AVB / Dante
(Dante is a registered trademark of Audinate Pty Ltd)
|export Freestyle linesets
|export Grease Pencil strokes
|supports gradients (Inkscape 1.0 linear gradients, 1.2 linear & radial gradients)
|supports animations (Inkscape 1.2, use Pages as Frames)