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Dez!
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Re: Diamonds

Post by Dez! » Fri Sep 21, 2018 4:21 am

Great! Great topic! I carefully monitor the result!
I'm sure Jewelry should be the strength of Luxrender.
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Hell948
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Re: Diamonds

Post by Hell948 » Sat Sep 22, 2018 3:53 pm

Hi guys !

@Lights_and_Shadows
Really detailed suggestion you gave me there ! Thousands thanks cause it sure makes me wanna try it out ! :D
I wonder tho if simulating the whole lightning studio does impact the render time significantly.
I'll try to give it a shot next week and report here what I found out (i'll also try to render golds & platine). :)

@Dez
Well I thought so too. Every workplace I got in used very expensive software (often hacked licenses I think) for the renders.
I'm 100% sure that with enough work, LuxCore can match or even outperform some pricy software, there main argument being the ease of use & presets.

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Re: Diamonds

Post by Lights_and_Shadows » Tue Sep 25, 2018 3:13 am

Hell948 wrote:
Sat Sep 22, 2018 3:53 pm
Hi guys !

@Lights_and_Shadows
Really detailed suggestion you gave me there ! Thousands thanks cause it sure makes me wanna try it out ! :D
I wonder tho if simulating the whole lightning studio does impact the render time significantly.
I'll try to give it a shot next week and report here what I found out (i'll also try to render golds & platine). :)

@Dez
Well I thought so too. Every workplace I got in used very expensive software (often hacked licenses I think) for the renders.
I'm 100% sure that with enough work, LuxCore can match or even outperform some pricy software, there main argument being the ease of use & presets.
Depends on how far you take the design of it. I do notice a performance drop between the lighting rig and merely using a straight HDR.
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