Author Topic: New standalone build, new XML format  (Read 16622 times)

2016-02-10, 19:33:58
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johan belmans

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I did not touch the standalone version yet. But I can imagine it can be a time saver for animations.
But, is there a way it can be used on a local render farm?

2016-02-10, 22:46:07
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Ludvik Koutny

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I get the differences in colors because of different noise seed and probably multimap seed as well. But there's something strange going on with metallic materials, as they seem to shine a bit more in standalone :|

2016-02-27, 10:39:31
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jKLman

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Tried it with Joel's 1.9.4DEV render_corona addon from the blenderartists forum,not fully supported yet but it's working.
Though I got an issue of long GI computation inside Blender, using command line and rendering the scenes generated by Blender
works perfectly.
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2016-02-29, 12:11:43
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I did not touch the standalone version yet. But I can imagine it can be a time saver for animations.
But, is there a way it can be used on a local render farm?

Anyone tried?