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GPU rendering

Are there any plans to utilise GPU cores in the rendering process?

Started by Peter Milner

1 Jun 28
Reply by Roy Hirshkowitz

Render Farm - Stop rendering

Another useful function would be to be able to stop a rendering immediately without having to wait for the tasks to finish. I often send so…

Started by Peter Milner

0 Mar 20, 2017

Render Farmer: Pass Tracker

 I'm not sure if this is a viable option, but I've noticed there is no way to track the progress a rendering through Render Farmer can be d…

Started by Andrew Uno

2 Mar 1, 2017
Reply by Andrew Uno

Stereoscopic panorama

Hello there, I made some panorama's  in nXt. Now i bought a Gear VR. Is there anyone who knows how to make a stereoscopic panorama in nXt?…

Started by Marko Stout

2 Nov 21, 2016
Reply by Marko Stout

New Feature

Mal ganz allgemein gefragt. Wird es für NXT noch mal neue zusätzliche Feature geben oder nicht? z.B. echte Wolken (clouds) Wie sieht es aus…

Started by Alfons Akamp

0 Jul 2, 2016

Material informations

Gentlemen, just an idea: As I used to work with either Architectural Desktop or simple objects (mostly both of them) - there are a lot of i…

Started by Maciej

0 Feb 1, 2015

Render Farm

A couple of additions would be useful: The ability to change the order of renderings waiting for processing so that you can place a more ur…

Started by Peter Milner

3 Oct 17, 2014
Reply by Mike Dean

Wishlist & Interface Updates

Most of these items are interface updates & wishes. Some wishes have been asked about for a long time, but they're worth repeating. 1. …

Started by Garret Diduck

12 Sep 19, 2014
Reply by Maciej

Days Of Yore

Pretty please with Ice Cream and Sugar on it, can we have back,"Pack'n'Go" introduced back to

Started by akinlolu olugboji

0 Jun 10, 2014

Nxt new versions

Hi guys, I am starting again a new post about NXT development. When are we going to have new version of nxt ?  What are  Nxt team working o…

Started by Alejandro Testa

4 Apr 3, 2014
Reply by Alfons Akamp

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Senior Living Rear

"Hi Chris, The modelling, lighting and rendering are very good on these three images. However, I feel they are let down slightly by the "Photoshopped" plants, cars and people. I think it's mainly to do with the shadow direction and…"
Oct 26
Chris Fox posted photos
Oct 22
Roy Hirshkowitz replied to Peter Milner's discussion Frosted glass
"Not yet.  It's not quite like that-- where you can offload certain portions.  It's more like an all or nothing proposition."
Oct 12
George Ioannidis replied to Peter Milner's discussion Frosted glass
"Thank you Roy. The more physical based effects nXt has, the more realistic pictures it will compute. All of those need a lot of computing power under (or on top of) our desks though. Are you doing any move to engage GPUs on rendering process in nXt?…"
Oct 11
Roy Hirshkowitz replied to Peter Milner's discussion Frosted glass
"Most are using nVidia's stuff for denoising-- it's pretty impressive. They are reflective caustics which you get automatically in the new engine-- yes, I think they come from sunlight striking the chair bases.  They should be pretty…"
Oct 11
George Ioannidis replied to Peter Milner's discussion Frosted glass
"Nice! Many path renderers are introducing denoising features with good results. I have a question on those images Roy: the bright elliptical spots on the wall between the two windows are reflection caustics from highly reflective surface on the…"
Oct 11
Roy Hirshkowitz replied to Peter Milner's discussion Frosted glass
"I've been experimenting with nVidia's denoiser (requires one of their GPUs) in the new Image Editor.  Very promising-- here's regular and denoised.  Click on each image to see it full size:"
Oct 10

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