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2022-02-02, 19:05:49

mozahal27@gmail.com

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Hello ,
i need help with corona render , I'm trying to render interior living room but my render is blurry and some material looks weird i wish if someone could help me with the right setting .
this is the result and I'm so disappointed

2022-02-02, 19:19:33
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The render doesn't seem blurry to me, but materials and lighting can be improved indeed. Check the height of the darker carpet, it looks like it's overlapping with the floor.

Moving the topic to the learner's corner board.
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2022-02-02, 19:27:26
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Thanks for the reply,
when i see it from my screen it look more pixelated even when my denoise is none and the material texture is no that clear

2022-02-02, 19:32:02
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When judging sharpness/blurriness of the image, make sure that you always look at it at 100% zoom level.
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2022-02-02, 20:08:02
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It doesn't look blurry to me as well.
I think there are lots of things that can be improved, but I'll probably start improving the overall lighting.
It looks like there are two light sources that are competing to be the main one.
I'll suggest any of the following options (but not all of them, just one at a time):
-Using an HDR image to provide the overall lighting.
or
-Using a Corona Sun + Corona Sky.
From that point, you can move forward to include interior light sources to complement the scene lighting.
Then, you can continue to create and apply materials to your scene objects.
This is just a basic approach and simple suggestions.
Consider reviewing the Corona official Helps desk at: https://support.corona-renderer.com/hc/en-us
I hope this helps.
Let us know the outcome.
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