For the first time, the popular Octane X app is available on iPad Pro with M1 and M2 chips. The app delivers fast GPU rendering to artists across gaming, design, motion graphics, visual effects, architectural visualization, and concept art.
New Octane X app brings the macOS experience to iPadOS 16
In the announcement blog, developer OTOY Inc. said that the new Octane X for iPad Pro and the iPad Air with M1 and M2 chips brings the “fastest unbiased, spectrally-correct GPU render engine to mobile rendering workflows at full parity with production desktop rendering.”
For smooth scene navigation and editing, the app supports the following:
- Support for Touch
- Apple Pencil support
- Offers an advanced UX with support for keyboards, trackpads, external monitors, Bluetooth mice, and Stage Manager to get full parity with the Octane X for macOS.
- Supports creative workflows with ACES, OCIO, and deep pixel EXR rendering
- Provides access to almost unlimited decentralized GPUs on the Render Network
- Export scenes created on the app using the OTOY’s ORBX format to more than 20 of the leading 3D toolsets like Maya, Cinema4D, Blender, Houdini, Unreal Engine, and Unity3D for artist workflows ranging from visual effects and motion graphics to gaming and design.
OTOY Founder and CEO, Jules Urbach said:
“Octane X for the iPad Pro is a milestone breakthrough to democratizing state-of-the-art GPU graphics. Now artists can access Octane’s full feature set from mobile devices – with a new UX designed for Multi Touch technology on iPad and support for Apple Pencil – opening up revolutionary new creative possibilities.”
Octane X is available on App Store for free.