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Old 12-11-2005, 06:46 PM   #1
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Vray and Local Supersampling

Hi all,, I have a snag here below is an example of part of an airport Im working on. On the right you will see that the runway markings look good, achieved in Scanline with local 'Hammersley' Supersampling. On the right is the mess I am getting from Vray. It seems that Vray doesnt support Local supersampling anyone got any ideas. The runway and lines are both editable mesh

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try higher values for the AA, so say insted of -1,2 for Adaptive subdivision try 0,3. I'd play around with the two types to see witch one works better but I'm guessing that adaptive would be faster.
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