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  10 October 2004

I'm starting using Splitrender to render hires images, but i think my scene is too big (2 million polys)

I'm trying to render an 8000 x 6000 image. I used Splitrender and divided the scene in 25 slices,
but after trying to render each slice with LWSN the program exits after loading the scene.

I think is a memory problem.

I made tests with simpler scenes and it worked for me at 14000 x ?????.

Correct me if i'm wrong, but i think that Splitrender it's better to distribute renders than to render really huge images, isn't it?
  10 October 2004

this is the forum of frenhwave, the creator of splitrender.
there's a part especially for splirender support
Be cool
Frenchwave rocks !!!
  10 October 2004
Hi kangonto.
SplitRender can be used either to distribute rendering on a network, or render on a single computer a picture that could stop rendering because of problems.
If you did the Slices, try to load and render the one that crashed LWSN directly in Layout.
Layout is far more speaking about any problem that it could help see where the problem is.

Please, for more support about Splitrender, go to :
SR - Support (English)CU
FrenchWave - French Portal for LW 3D.
SplitRender - plug'in for LW.
French Forums about LW.
  01 January 2006
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