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There is something not quite right , i have rendered the last image load for 500passes...

i have discovered there is white pixels appearing in the chrome finish.My question is that normal and how do we come over the problem.

mike

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Where do you see the spots?  On which objects?  If you cleaned up your image before posting just attach a "dirty" one here so we can take a look at it.

Also check that your rendering size is even numbers of pixels in both directions.

iwas not  aware of it - why even numbers? 

Ask Roy.

All I know is that odd numbers create speckles, though thinking about it they may have been black speckles rather than white ones.

you can see the white pixels on the chrome wire art wall next to the man with phone sitting down .

I often get that on chrome framed chairs.

Nice rendering. Maybe tweak the floor tiles to get rid of the repeating pattern and add a little bit of gloss.

NO gloss ...as the flooring is not a glossy material

Not even a teeny weeny bit?

:)

not even a sauage...:)

I would agree with Peter - ANY tile floor is teeny weeny bit reflective and this bit might make all the difference.

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