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Re: Photo-video rendering plug-in

For the moment, the YafaRay rendering engine is not compatible with these light panels.
I'm using your panel lights all over the place, so I guess I shall just have to be patient.

There will no longer be the ambient lighting slider or the display of the estimated remaining time that is not very reliable.
Please don't ditch this. It's not entirely reliable, but it's in fact fairly close to accurate under the right circumstanses.
It predicted 79 hours for rendering this image, and it took 72.


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@Ceciliabr

I'm using your panel lights all over the place, so I guess I shall just have to be patient.
I hope that Emmanuel Puybaret will take into account my request concerning an xml example file using light panels, opaque light spheres and caustic photons because the documentation of YafaRay does not detail it which complicates their implementation.

Please don't ditch this. It's not entirely reliable, but it's in fact fairly close to accurate under the right circumstanses.
Keeping the display of the estimated remaining time, it will surely be necessary to modify the size of the photo panel so that it is not too large on a standard screen.

Beautiful Christmas tree!

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it will surely be necessary to modify the size of the photo panel so that it is not too large on a standard screen.
What is a standard screen? 1080p?
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it will surely be necessary to modify the size of the photo panel so that it is not too large on a standard screen.
What is a standard screen? 1080p?
A medium-sized screen.

Finally, the height of the photo panel is acceptable while keeping the display of the estimated remaining time. ;-)
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Re: Photo-video rendering plug-in

PhotoVideoRendering-1.9 plug-in
- added a rendering engine selector (simple photo panel)
- compatibility with the YafaRay rendering plug-in (version 1.0)

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Re: Photo-video rendering plug-in

Congratulations EnkoNyito! smile

If possible, I would suggest that you post a SH3D demo file in Ticket #18 that will show most of your settings (maybe with some explaining texts in the plan when necessary). The documents you wrote are certainly appreciated, but demos can help to show quickly how it works.
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Re: Photo-video rendering plug-in

Enko,

Indeed, beautiful and very practical. It works well under Windows 10 pro, will test in coming days, weeks.

Thank you very much!!! 🍾🍾🍾
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