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pedrorojas
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Office 1

Tue 10 May 2016 19:35

:D :D :D
A big hello to the family of Render IN
This is my new render with version 3.0.5

Image

I hope you like
See you in the next ;)
Pedro

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regi
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Re: Office 1

Wed 11 May 2016 04:01

wow! and again - just perfect!!

how did you get this great uniform lighting?

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Re: Office 1

Wed 11 May 2016 04:44

:D :D :D
hello regi ;)
First, I want to thank you for your recent post
excellent information 8-) 8-)
viewtopic.php?f=85&t=941

About the lighting, I think I still have some tweaking ... intencidad light, color, ISO and shutter, seeking a balance sheet
... Equally to the light emission plane

Recent response as leave you initially do, here
viewtopic.php?f=85&t=916

But I think we are on track ... learning every day a little more ;)
A hug
Pedro

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Re: Office 1

Thu 12 May 2016 02:12

Hi Pedro,

Good render, as always.. ;)
Could you please also to input how long you render for this scene? thanks


Regards,
VD

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Re: Office 1

Thu 12 May 2016 04:00

Hello vidy :D :D
that joy to read you again 8-) 8-)

Ok!! on my machine; win7 ultimate 64, I7, 10GB RAM, Nvidia GT 540 M 1gb, rendering is achieved in 1 hour and 43 minutes

... But higher and tested on machines and I'm sure is achieved in 20, 25 minutes. :o

I'm seriously thinking about buying a new machine, more powerful (Intel i7, 6700K, 16 ram, nvidia gtx 980 ti, 6GB) but in my country we have no dollars. :( :? :cry:

... Dreaming costs nothing ;)
A hug
Pedro

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Re: Office 1

Fri 13 May 2016 01:47

Haiya Pedro...


I think the time is fair if you are render around 3500px , may i know on what resolution do you render that image?

Yes, it is quite a while... but i think i will be just watching you guys testing and see how this software develop, i will hanging in sketchup 2015 and Renderin V2, beside i am working on a laptop with lower spec than you.

Hey Pedro, keep dreaming... with the render output like you did, i am sure your dream will come true someday ;)


Best Regards,
VD

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Re: Office 1

Fri 13 May 2016 03:38

hello Vidy :D :D
The picture is not really big
Image

I think time will produce the features of my machine :?

Rener IN 3 is slow if the machine is not powerful, but if we have a super-machine, the results are fast

This I confirmed with machines colleagues who have exelentes characteristics.
... We must also be remembered that, to Render IN lacks support, strength, reading scenes, heavy models and heavy textures.

but we have come a long way from Render IN 1, until today
... You know that, remember when we started? ;)

Render IN 2, it is faster and the preview window is well defined, and no noise.

But I believe that developers will soon find the desired balance 8-) 8-)

about a new machine
Ok, Ok !!!, keep dreaming ... someday, someday ;) :roll:

A hug
Pedro

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Re: Office 1

Fri 13 May 2016 19:28

Ok, Ok !!!, keep dreaming ... someday, someday

:D :D
by now, I´m just dreaming of Pedro´s great lighting skills ;) and his results are worth every minute waiting !!!
By the way. even the scene itself is excellent! - the materials, the detailing...

Pedro, may I ask you for a favor?
could you please post (dropbox or 3dwarehouse for example) any simple "just a box"-dummy-room, completed with your great lighting concept method. So I / we could be able to check out, how you´ve done that.
So thanks in advance.

Especially for interiors, Render[IN] seems to be very strong. And even though I use very strong computers, the named render times above are not that unusual, at least for the other render plugin toos, which I use in addition - at least when some diffuse artificial lights come into play.
I know of only one exception which is Brighter3D - there is reduced one hour render time to roughly 10 minutes.
But there I have to press the stop button by myself when I think that the render is good enough - this method I do not like so much...

Regards, Regi

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Re: Office 1

Fri 13 May 2016 21:47

Hi Regi :D :D
How are you? I hope it's ok ;)

Ok!!! let's see if I understand, your request
Remember, I am with google translator :?

You want to share the model office scene? ... to observe the lighting parameters

or you want to prepare a small tutorial which is observed as the lighting is achieved?

In this case, it would be interesting to share the scene and make the tutorial
... For me, no problem, gladly, for that we are, to support each other. ;)

The post lay it in the feedback section, to maintain order
Give me a chance and prepare everything, you stand up?

regards
Pedro

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Re: Office 1

Sat 14 May 2016 10:15

Hi Pedro :D I´m using google translate as well

what I meant is - could you please share your model room with your used lightings ? (no detailings)
(for example by uploading it to the 3DWarehouse).
Than I/we could download it and look, how and what you have done to get that perfect light...

kind Regards & Thanks
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