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Boosting IRAY renders speed in DAZ StudioSo I thought to share couple of tricks that helped me alot to achieve higher rendering speed with IRAY in DAZBoosting IRAY renders speed in DAZ Studio by Dhruv3D
Though most of the experienced Artists must be well aware about those quickies already.
It may help newbies or artists who are having old NVIDA GPUs or not so high end PC (like me)
Here are some of those tips -
1. Iray Uber shader
For IRAY to work fast and best, every object must be converted to IRay Uber shader. if an object/model doesnt have IRay presets, then convert its shader to Default IRAY Uber shader without replacing its images of course!
2. Smaller Texture size- This is just my personal experience for clothing & other 3D objects, keep your texture tiling to minimum, especially when texture images are of low res.
3. On the Render Settings - Optimizations Menu - Set the Instant Optimization from 'memory' to 'speed'
4. if you are rendering a Close up shot and you want to highlight Models instead of background. Its better to enable DOF on main camera. I fo
3d Tutorial | Orderly Tangle 2 | 3dsmaxIn this tutorial, we create an Orderly Tangle of four interlocked, equilateral triangles for 3d printing or render element. If you haven't watched the previous Orderly Tangle tutorial, please go back on my channel and watch that one first. The symmetrical arrangement of these triangles fit together to create a tight bond between each element, and will 3d print as one fused object. The techniques used here could translate to other modeling packages.3d Tutorial | Orderly Tangle 2 | 3dsmax by LuxXeon
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3d Tutorial | Orderly Tangle | 3dsmaxIn this tutorial, we create an Orderly Tangle of hollow squares for 3d Printing or digital design. The symmetrical arrangement of these interlocked squares fit together tightly and will be fused together to create a single object in most 3d prints.3d Tutorial | Orderly Tangle | 3dsmax by LuxXeon