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General Category => Gallery => Topic started by: listy on 2013-06-15, 08:48:30

Title: Thrown junk robot
Post by: listy on 2013-06-15, 08:48:30
Hi all!

This is my test render using Corona alpha v5.

I am amazed with the rendering speed. Even on old dual core machine, plus i had another rendering process at the same time, so the 5.5 hours could be cut down by half.
I spent one hour to convert all the materials from MentalRay and setting up the scene. Last time with Alpha v4 i had many crashes, especially with the Corona AO mtl.

This is HDRI lit, with one corona light. Real DOF. PT+HD Cache. Bucket rendering 6 AA subdivs, 2 passes.

PS.
Bad English.
Title: Re: Thrown junk robot
Post by: Ludvik Koutny on 2013-06-15, 09:11:35
You shouldn't use bucket rendering. It's slower. We just forgot to remove it ;)
Title: Re: Thrown junk robot
Post by: listy on 2013-06-15, 09:49:47
You shouldn't use bucket rendering. It's slower. We just forgot to remove it ;)
Why is it slower? I used it because it's easy to see the final result (no need to wait whole scene to be clean), and i just set up scene to 2 passes and autosave. I love bucket rendering :3
Title: Re: Thrown junk robot
Post by: Polymax on 2013-06-15, 10:37:39
Very Good and realistic!
Title: Re: Thrown junk robot
Post by: maru on 2013-06-15, 10:59:35
Nice render!
I didn't know bucket rendering is usable at all. :)
Title: Re: Thrown junk robot
Post by: Ludvik Koutny on 2013-06-15, 11:06:20
You shouldn't use bucket rendering. It's slower. We just forgot to remove it ;)
Why is it slower? I used it because it's easy to see the final result (no need to wait whole scene to be clean), and i just set up scene to 2 passes and autosave. I love bucket rendering :3

It's unfinished, and slower. That's all i can say. Progressive rendering will get you same result, but faster, and you see entire image from the start, not just few buckets. And you you want to limit your area of interest, you can use render region feature.
Title: Re: Thrown junk robot
Post by: listy on 2013-06-15, 11:11:44
It's unfinished, and slower. That's all i can say. Progressive rendering will get you same result, but faster, and you see entire image from the start, not just few buckets. And you you want to limit your area of interest, you can use render region feature.
Ok, thank you for advice! I will use progressive next time. But i can't find how to set region rendering in Corona VFB.
Title: Re: Thrown junk robot
Post by: Ludvik Koutny on 2013-06-15, 11:28:02
It's unfinished, and slower. That's all i can say. Progressive rendering will get you same result, but faster, and you see entire image from the start, not just few buckets. And you you want to limit your area of interest, you can use render region feature.
Ok, thank you for advice! I will use progressive next time. But i can't find how to set region rendering in Corona VFB.

You can not at the moment, but you can set it in the common tab of render settings and then adjust in viewport. I hotkeyed set region to Ctrl+R so the process is quite quick.
Title: Re: Thrown junk robot
Post by: Ondra on 2013-06-15, 11:54:44
actually bucket rendering is not faster or slower than progressive
Title: Re: Thrown junk robot
Post by: Ludvik Koutny on 2013-06-15, 12:12:24
actually bucket rendering is not faster or slower than progressive

I could send you several examples where it is. Maybe not  rays/s-wise, but definitely with worse results no matter what the settings are.
Title: Re: Thrown junk robot
Post by: kumodot on 2013-06-16, 17:40:48
Cute Robot ! :) Nice Render !!! :)
Title: Re: Thrown junk robot
Post by: Alessandro on 2013-06-17, 15:13:26
Great texturing and good render!
Title: Re: Thrown junk robot
Post by: kim jong kwon on 2013-06-20, 08:42:12
Amazing images!
The material is really real