linvanchene wrote:Can anyone give more information which settings in the DS render settings are used by the Octane Render Settings?
Is there a way to have DS cameras display the proper aspect ratio in the DS viewport by just using the Octane Render Settings?
Or do I always have to use the DS render settings to get the proper aspect ratio showing?
linvanchene wrote:This means when I want to render out at 1920x1080 I first have to put the value 1920 in Width and then select the Aspect Ratio HD Video / Computer Monitor.
this is actually a good idea! the space in the progress bar is already a bit messy from all the infos, but a small overlay somewhere in a corner might be a way to do this...linvanchene wrote:It would be awesome if the resolution that is being processed could also been shown in the Octane Render Plugin viewport.
Maybe the resolution of the image could also be displayed in the information bar next to the time/timeleft, s/pix, Ms/sec, done/left MB, GPU, heat of GPU?
hm, it is still possible that there is a bug in updating the size; i just recently changed the input method, because especially dragging the sliders caused immediate updates and possible lockups (changing the render size is a relatively heavy operation, esp. with larger sizes).linvanchene wrote:[i]I am still a bit confused when the values I enter in height and width are actually updated in the viewport.
Clicking and draging did not really seem to help.
I did another test and first entered the values width 2000 and height 3000 and then changed them to 720x1080 and now it keeps rendering out at 2000x3000 no matter how many times I click, drag or reload the viewport.
thanks... & geee i had already forgotten about that right click option in the viewport... it was indeed included to avoid going to the common tab just to change this...linvanchene wrote:I updated my last post with another screenshot that shows the options after right clicking and scaling in to the viewport.
Guess it will help to read how it works for other users. There is always the risk that something is off with my specific system setup.
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