Author Topic: Tungee's tests  (Read 4662 times)

2014-01-05, 14:03:36

tungee

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These are my test with Ohsnapitsjoel's Blender addon->Corona Standalone:
« Last Edit: 2014-01-05, 14:07:58 by tungee »
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2014-01-05, 14:23:01
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I used the Bucket rendering mode......
But it was a pain in ass to know when the pass is over... Would be damn nice to see the buckets, where they are...
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2014-01-05, 15:08:53
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Ludvik Koutny

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i would use progressive. Buckets have no performance or other benefits over progressive ;)

2014-01-05, 15:16:48
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Sure i got the feeling, that it was little bit faster....
Had to test it.....
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2014-01-05, 15:45:20
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Ludvik Koutny

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I talked with Joel about the new UI. Hopefully he will get it done. With new clean UI, it will be a lot simpler and easier to set up :) There would also be very explanatory tooltips as well as good presets.

2014-01-05, 15:56:01
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Rawalanche, are you talking about the Standalone App or the Blender corona UI?
The UI of the Blender addon could get more organized; I would kick everything, what is not supported by Corona; i tested 2 Hours the Blender lights with no sucess until i recognized that they are not supported, bytheway he makes a nevertheless an excellent job!
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2014-01-05, 16:13:25
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I rendered this yesterday for ca. 7min; i have the feeling that the Bucket one has smoother and uniformer grain... But i will retest the scene; idont know wheteher i used equal settings anymore ;)
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2014-01-05, 16:39:33
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Try to double your light samples multiplier value ;) There are indeed cases where buckets may be slightly better, but also cases, where they may be a bit worse. Progressive is always a safe bet :)

2014-01-05, 16:54:34
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Right rewalanche, in glossy parts progressive is better...
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