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Silverblade-T-E
08-01-2009, 06:58 AM
http://www.silverblades-suitcase.com/tutorials/htm/48.html

For those interested in such stuff :)
note as I say in it, that render settings for max effciency vary a lot on each shot/type of scene of course, but should be very useful for you.

Really would need to sit down and compare a bunch of different scenes in detail, but don't have time, patience or resources at moment.

Sorry for typos: it's free ("don't look a gift horse in the mouth" and all that), I'm sick and have more imortant things to worry about that lexicological disasters, so you know where you can stick any complaints about my typing, hehe :p

Crowning
08-01-2009, 01:29 PM
http://www.silverblades-suitcase.com/tutorials/htm/48.html

For those interested in such stuff :)
note as I say in it, that render settings for max effciency vary a lot on each shot/type of scene of course, but should be very useful for you.

Really would need to sit down and compare a bunch of different scenes in detail, but don't have time, patience or resources at moment.

Sorry for typos: it's free ("don't look a gift horse in the mouth" and all that), I'm sick and have more imortant things to worry about that lexicological disasters, so you know where you can stick any complaints about my typing, hehe :p

That's very nice of you http://www.tom-crowning.com/pub/icons/icon_thumbsup.gif

I'll raise a beer to your health
http://www.tom-crowning.com/pub/icons/bier.gif

Tom

ggaler
08-01-2009, 03:59 PM
Thanks for the hard work - this should be a big help. I am playing with the settings now to see.

Cheers!

Silverblade-T-E
08-03-2009, 01:41 AM
My pleasure guys :)
let me know what you find though? be good to work out what's best for certain types of render, as it does vary. I don't have time etc to work out a wide variety as would be needed.

Crowning
well, make it a couple of beers then, my health sucks ;)

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