Malt is a highly customizable rendering framework written in Python and OpenGL.
BlenderMalt is a Blender addon that integrates Malt into Blender, exposing a minimal user interface suitable for a code-centric workflow.
🔔 Malt is still in beta state
Download the BlenderMalt version that matches your OS.
(Optional) Download the Shader Examples too.
Open Blender. Go to Preferences > Addons, click on the Install... button and select BlenderMalt.zip from your downloads.
Tick the box in the BlenderMalt panel to enable it.
To test the renderer go to Scene Settings and change the renderer to Malt. Create a Sunlight and add a new object with a new material. Inside the material settings set the Shader Path to one of the files from the Shader Examples.
Untick the box in Preferences > Addons > BlenderMalt to disable the addon.
Go back to Preferences > Addons > BlenderMalt, expand the panel and click the Remove button.
If you need help or find a bug you can open a new issue.
For bug reports include:
A System Info report generated by Blender (Help > Save System Info).
A full copy of the System Console contents (Window > Toggle System Console).
A .blend file and a list of steps to reproduce the error.