Artlantis is now available for download

By Athol Phillips | Artlantis

Nov 03

Artlantis 6, the latest version of Abvent’s stand-alone rendering application developed especially for architects and designers, boasts a brand-new physical engine, new lighting options, and other exciting features making Artlantis a clear choice for architects and designers in over 80 countries worldwide.

Abvent has announced that the Artlantis update has been uploaded to and is ready for downloading.  This latest update fixes a number of issues, including:

  • Artlantis crashed when trying to open a V5 project and posted a strange message
  • Impossible to activate/deactivate the enhanced Sky when in White Model mode
  • Render Manager did not manage the right displacements when the objects are linked to each other
  • Render Manager hierarchy objects were deformed
  • Render Manager light cone not taken into account
  • Crashed when opening an .atl version 5.0 file
  • When a light had a cone of 0 degrees the engine crashed when switching off the light
  • Deleting a keyframe crashed
  • Render Manager displayed the billboards differently than in Artlantis
  • Loss of files saved on the Desktop
  • Object Man-C040 crashed Artlantis
  • Error displayed after a rendering in 3840 x 2160 pxl with an Education license
  • Render Manager crashed if the user name of the session embedded double bit characters or accents
  • Render Manager used the CPU too much even when it was not calculating
  • Creating a keyframe then deleting it crashed Artlantis
  • .atla file objects lost after a Save as .atl


  • Artlantis Batch is reintroduced; it is located in the Artlantis folder.

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