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Nah, i feel heavily offended, so i'll stop posting for today :P
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dang!

0:2!

Will turn to a 4:2 at the end of the day, I'm sure :)


Good Luck

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+1 for this - I think Arnold has done a pretty solid implementation of the area light direction markers in the viewport
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Feature requests / Progressive animation rendering...
« Last post by Naxos on Today at 11:43:03 »
Hello there,
When i was using Maxwell render for animation projects, i often used to send two renderings in the queue : one at low SL (basically few passes) for the whole anim, then a second one at final SL value in a "resume" mode...

The idea is to get quiclky all the animation frames to be able to start post and montage, while the final frames are rendered. Once the long final render is ok, i just have to tell Nuke / afterFX or so to replace files, and voilĂ  !

I know Corona has a resuming feature, but will it be only within the current scene opened within 3dsmax on the main PC, or can we tell corona render to resume renders via backburner ?
If not, here is the feature request ;-)

Regards
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Thank you for your response in stereo .... :)

I will wait for a more secure version...

Yanosh
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RC stands for Release Candidate - at this point no new features are expected and only bug fixing and polishing is going on.
I have no no experience with multiple machines, but as far as i know you have to install same Corona version on all nodes for smooth DR experience.

edit: dang! i feel so slow today...
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Thanks for your quick replies !!
I think it's wiser to wait ... actually.

What is RCs?
Last question, to use my different nodes, I imagine that I have only to installe the .exe on each computer?
thx
Yanosh
RC means Release Candidate. At this stage, the feature set is 'frozen' and only bugs get fixed.

Yes, you only need to run the installer, it takes care of everything.
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Thanks for your quick replies !!
I think it's wiser to wait ... actually.

What is RCs?
Last question, to use my different nodes, I imagine that I have only to installe the .exe on each computer?
thx
Yanosh
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Hello,
title says it all - Corona does not "recognize" IES lights packed into the built libraries. Image bellow. Also on the topic of lights - Some viewport markers (flaps) for light direction. These could "open/close" based on the specified direction value. Not super important but convenient. Image bellow.

Hope these are worth your time. Thank you.
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