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2013-06-25, 08:55:30

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Test 1:

.... other tests soon!
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2013-06-25, 09:19:23
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Water feels really like water ;) !!!

Curious for the next test!
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2013-06-25, 09:44:54
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Water has full geometry, or plane only? that looks absolutely perfect !!!!
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2013-06-25, 09:48:19
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Water is only plane!
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2013-06-25, 09:54:39
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this is superb, but only one sad think is, that VCM is very slow :/
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2013-06-25, 09:55:24
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But Only VCM can this!
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2013-06-25, 09:57:14
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sure, I´m pretty amazed, really, but you cannot use it for exterior render, cos it´ll take ages to get rid of noise
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2013-06-25, 10:05:03
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I think for some of the exteriors is possible to use VCM. Exteriors with pools, example.
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2013-06-25, 10:11:25
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VFB filters off? I think some filter combination could get rid of noise.

2013-06-25, 10:14:00
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Polymax could you post the scene to learn from it?
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2013-06-25, 10:49:42
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please, but this simple :)
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2013-06-25, 14:10:31
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this is superb, but only one sad think is, that VCM is very slow :/

VCM is not slow - path tracing would take days to get this quality. There is nothing faster in general for this type of scene
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2013-06-25, 17:03:08
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this is superb, but only one sad think is, that VCM is very slow :/

VCM is not slow - path tracing would take days to get this quality. There is nothing faster in general for this type of scene

BiDir MLT can do the trick. I was using this method in indigo. It was hella fast for scenes like this comparing to PT BiDir.
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2013-06-25, 19:10:40
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4 h 26 min - very good, but next be overnight render
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2013-06-25, 19:59:49
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Thank you for sharing the file but i have problem i press render in the same setting and i get noise after 2000 pass!
its not like your image , i used A5
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