Author Topic: Memory usage breakdown improvements  (Read 1223 times)

2024-01-26, 16:50:33

RecentSpacesSam

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This tool is fantastic for helping to narrow down the objects with unnecessary displacement/crazy resolution textures etc. but would be even more helpful if there was an option to select the objects listed/put the material into the material editor, resize textures.

2024-01-26, 17:32:41
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I have already asked for improvements in this excel File, its no easy to find, it only shows when memory problems are starting to show, have you looked at the one vray have?? ITS awesome, times and memory allocation for each object, readability!! right now its a bad readme file that shows a bit of info.
Someone will say that archviz dont need this, maybe small archviz wont, BUT we are trying to get bigger clients, projects and be better at what we do and can deliver.


2024-02-26, 08:56:45
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Aram Avetisyan

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This tool is fantastic for helping to narrow down the objects with unnecessary displacement/crazy resolution textures etc. but would be even more helpful if there was an option to select the objects listed/put the material into the material editor, resize textures.

Sorry for the delay, this is reported now.
(Internal ID=1309707354)
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2024-02-26, 09:42:07
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2024-05-09, 23:51:15
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Hi Aram

Any word on if and when this may be implimented?

This tool is fantastic for helping to narrow down the objects with unnecessary displacement/crazy resolution textures etc. but would be even more helpful if there was an option to select the objects listed/put the material into the material editor, resize textures.

Sorry for the delay, this is reported now.
(Internal ID=1309707354)

2024-05-10, 03:56:15
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Aram Avetisyan

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Hi,

The request is logged but no specific timeline can be given at this moment. It is in the group of "nice to have" things, so not with the highest priority.
Currenlty we have the memory report tool (Corona specific) and the idea is to enhance it from report-only tool to something that can be handy to proceed with investigation - e.g. selecting specific objects, maps/materials from it, putting them into a new view or selection set, filtering them in some way so user can investigate them conveniently.

It will be good to get some ideas from users too, how exactly they see (the UX also) of memory report tool. Simply listing objects is just an info, not a tool to get the objects quickly and check them.

We will surely update you in case of news.
And thanks for pinging and reminding about the things you want to see implemented, user activity is an important part in it :)
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2024-05-10, 14:48:34
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You might consider taking some inspiration from the way Relink Bitmaps and Forensic do things. The scan reveals issues, it gives you a number next to each one and you can choose to select those items to deal with them, or just fix them directly where possible. So for example for problematic materials/maps you could populate ME slots and also select all those objects, allowing the user to isolate them and take a closer look. Maybe making selection sets could also be helpful.
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