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Re: Photo rendering test

Thank you enkonyito smile
Any render that takes more than 3 or 4 games of solitaire is too long for me. laughing
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Re: Photo rendering test

@Martin
It's a little joke,because it looks like indirect light,but it's not true. My settings were PATH-0...but ENHANCED EXTERNAL BRIGHT...and in combination with sS-SILK and shining walls it looks like this...
Nice trick to simulate indirect light with a rendering time less long! smile

You discovered that the Enhance external brightness option brings light to the interior of a room with large openings. wink

image size: 600 x 450 pixels
advanced settings: aAmax 1, gI default, dB 0, sS glossy

without Enhance external brightness option (rendering time: 16min 57.9s)


with Enhance external brightness option (rendering time: 35min 14.1s)

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Re: Photo rendering test

Here is another image I made of my friend's new bathroom I create in style of 50's. There is no trick here. It's a combination of IPR and indirect light... I am happy that it is really possible to create very photorealistic pictures here with 1.3.1 renderer...
settings here...
GI path
DB 1
algorythm IPR
picture size 6000x4000px then resized to 1000x667px
time rendering 13 hours 30 minutes

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Re: Photo rendering test

I like the shiny effect and the reflection of light on the wall.
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Re: Photo rendering test

This test concerns sunsky or ibl samples. (PVR means PhotoVideoRendering plug-in)

aerial view
ibl samples 0 (PVR-1.1)
ibl samples 64 (PVR-1.1)
ibl replaced by sunsky samples 12 (PVR-1.0 or standard photo panel)

virtual visit
ibl samples 0
ibl samples 12 (PVR-1.0)
ibl samples 64 (PVR-1.1)
sunsky samples 16 (PVR-1.1)
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Re: Photo rendering test

Hi enkonyito,

Great work ! applause

On aerial view, I prefer the third.
Same thing for virtual visit.

But I'm a question, PVR 1.1, why not PVR 1.3.2 ?

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Re: Photo rendering test

But I'm a question, PVR 1.1, why not PVR 1.3.2 ?
As shown here , the PhotoVideoRendering-1.0 plug-in is completely compatible with SH3D-5.3 (Managed transformations applied on texture coordinates).

The effect of the option "Enhance external brightness" depends on the image used for the sky or the time of day.


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