Author Topic: Show rendertime in the stored VFB's  (Read 1201 times)

2020-06-23, 01:18:22

JoachimArt

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I think it would be a great feature to show how much rendertime each image you store in the VFB. For me I like to use the VFB as a place to compare images when I try to optimize a scene, and that kind of information would be more useful than the clock time it finished render.

2020-06-23, 01:40:57
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TomG

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You can do this via the render stamp (which can be a separate render element, if you don't want it "baked in" to the image)

2020-06-23, 18:23:51
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JoachimArt

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Thanks good tip, I didn't know that. :)
No I don't want it baked, but I think to get the actual render time displayed here would be much more useful than the clock time the image finished:

2020-06-23, 18:45:28
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TomG

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I wouldn't disagree there, I'd find render time more useful than timestamp personally (that said, I pretty much always edit the history "title" anyway, but having it pop in there as well as in render stamp would be neat). Definitely posted in the right place as a feature request.

2020-06-23, 18:48:08
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pokoy

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+1, rendertime would be more useful.