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Comment by alberto reyes on March 23, 2012 at 7:15am

no! thanks for ask, i use corel photo paint to mix background and render there is a clone tools in corel very usefull to mix everything

Comment by akinlolu olugboji on March 21, 2012 at 6:06pm

The trees are they photoshop?

Comment by alberto reyes on March 8, 2012 at 6:48am

esta parte de santo domingo es el centro actual de la ciudad donde se aprecian algunos edificios comerciales y las plazas

Comment by alberto reyes on March 7, 2012 at 6:25am

YES there was not a sun day, i w'll try HDRI next time to mix the pic with the perpective, thanks george!!!!!

Comment by alberto reyes on March 7, 2012 at 5:18am

carlos muchas gracias de verdad es unos de los trabajos viejos que estoy ddando a la luz ahora

Comment by alberto reyes on March 7, 2012 at 5:17am

thanks george, this work is a part of a old projet just public now, and the blend may posible by corel photo paint 

Comment by Carlos Sieiro on March 7, 2012 at 5:01am

Excelente integración y excelente trabajo. Enhorabuena.

Comment by George Ioannidis on March 7, 2012 at 2:47am

I like it very much, more that the other with pasted sky background. One little thing. There seems to be no direct sun in original photo. Try to use HDRI lighting instead of direct sun. It should then blend better with the original environment. Great job anyway, especially the perspective matching is perfect.

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mike makki replied to roberto sacchetti's discussion memory problem
" hi george i did a render 3 years a ago for harvester restaurant where i needed to show rpc people eating ,walking in ,standing etc....i could only put about 13 of them.....then i tried 15...i got the message roberto got....i took it down to 13…"
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George Ioannidis replied to roberto sacchetti's discussion memory problem
"According to Micro$oft the memory limit of Windows 7 pro 64 bit is 192GB on physical memory. I doubt anyone could ever produce model that big. I remember one of my "heaviest" model I ever did with particle grass translated into mesh…"
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mike makki replied to roberto sacchetti's discussion memory problem
"i dont hink so roy....the more objects the more memory...."
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roberto sacchetti replied to roberto sacchetti's discussion memory problem
"I have a 1tb hdd, so I can increase the swap file size. How do I know which object is damaged rpc ???? are many: plants, people, cars ..... or I have to go to attempts?"
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Roy Hirshkowitz replied to roberto sacchetti's discussion memory problem
"This is most likely not a memory problem-- it is a crash-- perhaps in the RPC code.  As long as you have swap file space available-- usually any free disk space-- you shouldn't run out of memory when using the 64 bit version.  It is…"
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roberto sacchetti replied to roberto sacchetti's discussion memory problem
"I try tonight"
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mike makki replied to roberto sacchetti's discussion memory problem
"don't use so many.....shed half of the cars....and you wont have memory problem  "
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memory problem

I just finished a 3D model; it is a shopping center with parking.cars and all objects are rpc. if you freeze the layer where there are the rpc render me it does.if I thaw the layer memory problems. any of you had this problem? how to solve it?the configuration is the following:windows 7 pro 64 bitautocad 2010nxt 318B 64memory pc 8g3d model with rpc layer thawed …See More
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