Just a question on rendering High Resolution images. I have a scene with an aspect of 16:9 and I am trying to render 8,000 x 4,500.
Octane slows to crawl and renders at about 1 Ms/sec, which I know is directly related to the high resolution.
Any tips on making things faster, or stuff I could try?
Can Octane equally split up region renders computationally so that I could stich them in a Photoshop afterwards?
Or like is there a script that could do that, where you could divide a screen by 1/8 (for example), render that 1/8 region with as assigned id of "1 of 8", and then move on to #2 afterwards (2/8 = "2 of 8"), like some kind of crazy batch process to handle the equal rendering of several regions in a sequence?
Basically, can I make Octane more crazy...
Thanks for any tips!
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