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Ich habe da mal eine Frage:

Wenn ich Bilder im Standard Modus rendere, sehen diese sehr gut aus.

Wenn ich das gleiche Bild im Hybrid Modus rendere, habe ich jede Menge kleine weisse Punkte und Flecken in dem Bild.

Warum und wieso kommen diese Flecken????

I've got a question:


When I render images in standard mode, they look very good.

When I render the same image in hybrid mode, I have tons of tiny white spots and spots in the image.

Why and why do these spots appear ????

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This page on our site provides some insight into the performance of the different engines http://www.renderplus.com/wp2/wk/NXtRender_Rendering_Engines.htm#Hy...

Hallo David

Das mag alles richtig sein, was Sie sagen. Für Einzelbilder ist es auch kein Problem da mal eben über Nacht 800 oder 1000 oder 1500 Passes zu machen.

Aber was ist, wenn man eine Animation mit 250 - 300 Bilder rendert?

Wenn man dann für jedes Bild 1000 Passes hat, dann dauert die Animation ja Wochen und Monate. Das ist für mich nicht zu gebrauchen. Daher rendere ich Animation immer im Standard Modus mit 6 - 10 Passes. Einzelbilder benötige ich eher wenig, meistens mehr Animationen und das bedeutet rendern ohne Ende. Als Rechner habe ich hier schon einen i9 stehen.

As you point out, it's not practical to render 250-300 frames for an animation in Hybrid Mode.  Packet Mode is  the most efficient way do this with our software.

Richtig, darum rendere ich im Standard Modus.

Eine andere Frage noch: Wird es von AR5 auch mal eine neue Version AR6 geben??

Right, that's why I render in standard mode.

Another question: Will there be a new version AR6 of AR5?

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