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Hola a todos, saludos desde Caracas, Venezuela, estoy trabajando en una imagen con seis canales de iluminación anexo resultado de las mismas sin retoque de ningún tipo, sólo jugando con los canales de iluminación dentro de Nxt y salvando directamente al jpg. Lo realmente interesante es poder hacer imágenes de día, de tarde y de noche con el mismo render. Veo que para la imagen diurna hacen falta muchísimos más pases para que esta quede bien. Path tracer. 6 canales de iluminación. Core Quad 4 GB. Arnxt 280 64 bits. Aprox 40 horas de renderizado. 490 pases.

 

Saludos,

 

Alejandro Testa

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Interesting compare Alejandro. Thanks for sharing. I think it needs even more passes than that you mentioned. Then, you will have three  or even more (n) nice and clear pictures with different lighting situation in rendering time (T), so the final rendering time per picture will be T/n hours, instead for T*n which was required in previous versions. The total time benefit is obvious.

Oops, sorry for English response in Spanish part of forum.

No problem George with english. , the main thing is that we need  a faster computer.  I Know that I need at least 1000 passes to solve this  set (maybe more).  It will be very interesting to know how much percentage increase each light channel, I will ask this question to Roy.

 

No  hay problema conm la respuesta en inglés. , el tema es que necesitamos computadoras más rápidas. Sé que para que se resuñeva este set de imágenes hacen falta como 1000 pases (quizás aún más). Sería realmente interesante saber que porcentaje  en el tiempo total de renderizado aumenta la inclusión de cada canla de iluminación. Le haré esta pregunta a Roy

una pregunta, ando un poco perdido con lo de la iluminacion, en que ayuda aumentar esta opcion?.. en que parte la configuro para subir el numero de canales?... saludos...

It's on the Advanced Tab of the Lighting area.  See here.

Hola Marquin, saludos, al configurar los canales te permite apagar o prender un canal de iluminación, o regularle la intensidad al mismo, los renders tardan mas pero es muy útil cuando quieres hacer imágenes con luces combinadas (interior exterior, iluminación indirecta etc).

ok..... gracias ... ya lo estoy poniendo en practica, y de verdad que es bastante util esta opcion.....

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