Author Topic: Sampling settings  (Read 8018 times)

2013-09-24, 02:37:42

claudiostacciarini

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Hi!
Some tests I made with sampling settings. Corona sun with hdri.

2013-09-24, 09:01:09
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rafpug

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Hello Claudio

Good test.

4 best images, which would be between these values?

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2013-09-28, 18:47:17
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CeBeP

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You should render interior scene to see real difference between 20 and 800 Max sample intensity.

2013-09-29, 22:12:57
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Unless there is any sort of more intricate GI, and secondary reflections, etc.. neither of those parameters affect anything much about teapot with IBL/Sun.
But since this is pretty nice analytical way (outside of choosing really wrong "scene", that's not even scene, c'mon ) if you have time I would be quite
interested if you re-do it with something more suitable.
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2013-09-30, 11:50:58
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Well, you don't really need a complex GI or interior scene to see what changing msi is actually doing for your render...

It's mostly prominent on a situation like in attached pic.

Anyway, although I like to twist all the settings in all possible ways :D Most of the time, defaults are best. At least as a starting point.

2013-10-02, 07:25:10
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claudiostacciarini

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I think it's better test with a "complete" scene. I'm testing an indoor scene and will make this tests.
The images (showed above) are in a PS file, can see better and larger:
http://www.mediafire.com/download/zahdcgcbs2g9rfy/Corona1.psd
I made another test and get this result (it's a very simply scene):


2013-10-17, 12:20:02
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poko

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I think it's better test with a "complete" scene. I'm testing an indoor scene and will make this tests.
The images (showed above) are in a PS file, can see better and larger:
http://www.mediafire.com/download/zahdcgcbs2g9rfy/Corona1.psd
I made another test and get this result (it's a very simply scene):

claudiostacciarini can you share scene? please:)

2013-10-21, 00:38:53
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claudiostacciarini

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Hi Poko, here is the scene. :)

2013-10-21, 11:52:52
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poko

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Hi Poko, here is the scene. :)

Thanks Claudiostacciarini for scenes.
I check later coz I have only max 2012 at work.
Best.
PO

2013-10-21, 21:21:59
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poko

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Ok. Both scenes works like a charm ;)
I think is very good rendering time compare to less noise.
Thanks again.

2013-12-09, 01:46:33
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Hi claudiostacciarini
can you share with us sun-light settings at the scene? And file which you shared is 3dsmax 2012 verzion or ? becouse I cant open it..

2013-12-13, 02:31:58
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claudiostacciarini

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Hi claudiostacciarini
can you share with us sun-light settings at the scene? And file which you shared is 3dsmax 2012 verzion or ? becouse I cant open it..

Hi croftman, here's the 2 scenes, max 2012 and 2 ies files used. I'm trying to take time to make another scene. Thanks! :)