Vray tiled render ( huge render)

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  01 January 2014
Vray tiled render ( huge render)

Ive been lookin to see how to render out tiles but i cant seem to find any good info
iv been tryin vraytuner but im getting an error see below any one know how to do this manually i have to do 10'x6' and 12'x8' to pring on vinyl i have 32 cores i can run on this
i jus need some help to set this up. thanks

i wasnt really told how this was going be viewed so id rather it be high dpi for worst case

// Warning: file: C:/Users/thehive/Documents/maya/2013-x64/scripts/vraytuner.mel line 3393: fopen: unable to open file "C:\vrayTempRenderer.bat" for mode "w".
  01 January 2014
Why not simply animate the filmback and render tiles like that? Could easily be scripted, too...
  01 January 2014
little lost on that jus doing one render, sounds interesting could u elaborate?
  01 January 2014
can i jus set up the 10ft x 6ft @ 72 dpi then expand it to 300dp later? since the render is at 72dpi anyway?

i did that with and 11x17 an printed just fine

Last edited by thehive : 01 January 2014 at 10:43 AM.
  01 January 2014
I just did a test @ 72 dpi and resampled to 300 for what it is seems to look fine at 100% zoom slight blur but looks fine if any one wants to see let me know thanks
  01 January 2014
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