R20 ProRender render test

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R20 ProRender render test

Hi, here is a R20 ProRender render test of mine. Render with an AMD WX9100 GPU, 600 iterations, 2560*1280 output about 0.5 hours. This scene shows these features: Performance Improvements/Subsurface Scattering/Multi Passes.

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  1 Week Ago
Very nice scene. How long do you think a Physical Render would have taken?
 
  1 Week Ago
Looks great! I have many questions!
1) Did you use the "start Pro-render in marked" setting when placing lights in the viewport?
2) how responsive or how quickly did it resolve with the WX9100 while you were working and placing lights? I took a class where I had to do test renders with the CPU bound C4d standard renderer and it was PAINFUL on my i7 7700k.
3) Did you use the new pass system to do any post effects?

I'm really interested in ProRender since I'm on a Mac... is a Sapphire Vega 64 (one of Apple's suggested cards) faster than a WX9100 in pro render? I'm going to start with one card for ProRender soon and hopefully Metal compatible Octane on the Mac sometime in the future.

This update looks great, and people seem to be cranking out production quality stills with ProRender. Dunno how good it will be for animation, but I can always throw another eGPU at it to find out!
 
  1 Week Ago
A very nicely crafted image - but I would love to know how long a 'matching' version would have taken in Redshift... 5 mins?
 
  1 Week Ago
Outstanding quality but seems very long to render for a GPU renderer.
 
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does ProRender benefit from node based material interface?
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Originally Posted by luisRiera: does ProRender benefit from node based material interface?

Not yet, unfortunately
 
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Originally Posted by Mike Abbott: A very nicely crafted image - but I would love to know how long a 'matching' version would have taken in Redshift... 5 mins?
It depends on what you are using. If you use GI caches in Redshift of course you're going to get a super fast result. If you go for Brute Force I guess we're not talking about a huge difference.
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@Darth Mole:I guess need maybe 1+ hours with my AMD 1950X CPU.
@BubblegumDimension: I will make a screen recording some days later to show theperformance (I'm now on a Nvidia GPU PC), and yes I usednew multi-pass for post.
@Mike Abbott: AsAlberto said, itdepends on whichalgorithm in the other renderer
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Originally Posted by Mike Abbott: A very nicely crafted image - but I would love to know how long a 'matching' version would have taken in Redshift... 5 mins?
Redshift is fast but 2560 * 1280 in 5 minutes with all that detail?
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Originally Posted by luisRiera: Redshift is fast but 2560 * 1280 in 5 minutes with all that detail?
Yeah. Doubtful. I love redshift, but I don't think it's to THAT point yet.
 
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  1 Week Ago
Great scene! How did Hair work for you in ProRender?
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fantastic work
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Originally Posted by mp-grafix: Great scene! How did Hair work for you in ProRender?
he stated in another thread over at c4d cafe that he used poly hair, so presumably hair didn't work out so well..
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