AccuRender nXt

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The camera motion plus the object animations added to a static rendered model

definitely makes for a more interesting movie.  All that is missing is myself basting in the sunlight.

I'm assuming the computer power to render and animate takes a lot of juice.

 

 

not to mention the software cost....I paid so far 3000 Euro ...8 core machine,32gb memory ,Nvidia 660t ...it took me 2 days to setup the model the plants etc etc.....movie time is 5hours to make ...only

All for two minutes of visual.  5 hours? I've run fixed renders for five times that long.

I need to upgrade.

 

it beats 3dmax vray in speed handsdown:)

 

pls which software are u using forthe animation.

Amazing, Mike, chapeaux bas...

.. the only "if and but" is, in my opinion, to much action in your movie - windy weather (good, old Blighty..), but trees are shaking a lot, so are leafs falling, additional attraction is fire and fountains... A lot of movement.

The scene - trees, shrubs, grass, etc., etc...  are awesome, but there are so many focal points - in the scene and in the time... Maybe calm it a little bit down?

Anyway - it is absolutely Premiere Ligue, Mike. Respect.

Your movies are the best accurender-made ones I have ever seen.

Not sure they are nXt animations. I think Mike is using other program.

that would be correct

you lived in england...you know how windy it is ...its even worse after a curry...:D:D:D:D:D:D:D

Well... Just one or two brick materials, very green grass, roofing slates dark gray, window frames and sash - white, RVP ant gutters white as well, then 3-panel entrance door, 3-window bays in front of terrace house and...  you can render english architecture  :D  Very aproximately, of course  :D

My boss used to say: "In UK everything leaks - this is just the matter of time..."

Anyway, I miss Hampshire from time to time...

I do not miss Glasgow (Glesca) at all (maybe just it's pubs :D )

yes....scotland.....the land of booze and easy women....:D

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Roy Hirshkowitz replied to Roy Hirshkowitz's discussion AccuRender Studio
"Yeah-- I understand.  I just think you may find you have a similar problem in this new engine with trying to estimate how many passes will be good enough.   That can vary a lot. You're always going have some error, allocating…"
Jan 7
Peter Milner replied to Roy Hirshkowitz's discussion AccuRender Studio
"The problem is when I'm running several renders over a weekend. How will I know how much time to allocate to each one? I wouldn't want them to run for the same amount of time, as one may over-cook to no extra benefit, while another is…"
Jan 7
Roy Hirshkowitz replied to Roy Hirshkowitz's discussion AccuRender Studio
"It's an easy feature to add, but I'm pretty sure with this new version you'll find a time constraint to be more reliable.  The rendering below is probably done already, with a noise filter, or close to it."
Jan 7
Peter Milner replied to Roy Hirshkowitz's discussion AccuRender Studio
"I suspect it will take a lot longer without the noise filter. These similar renders ran for 5 minutes each. nXt performed 127 passes and Studio performed 344 passes. Incidentally, is it possible to set a render running to a certain number of…"
Jan 7
Roy Hirshkowitz replied to Roy Hirshkowitz's discussion AccuRender Studio
"Pretty much the only thing sacrificed has been the sandpaper bump, and even then only in certain circumstances.  Everything else is preserved nicely including any random noise you add to color maps. Hard to say on performance without the…"
Jan 7
Peter Milner replied to Roy Hirshkowitz's discussion AccuRender Studio
"Reliance on the noise filter does concern me a little. A lot of my work involves wood grain and fabrics, both of which can have varying degrees of texture which affect the way light is reflected. With the noise filter off, are renders likely to take…"
Jan 7
Peter Milner replied to Roy Hirshkowitz's discussion AccuRender Studio
"Yes, that works now, though a bit glitchy. Dragging and dropping materials doesn't work (is it supposed to?)."
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Roy Hirshkowitz replied to Roy Hirshkowitz's discussion AccuRender Studio
"Found it-- it's not working properly if the palette is docked.  For now if you drag the AccuRender Studio palette and make it floating everything works.  I'll see what I can do."
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