SciFiFunk wrote:I think this is my first post - it might be my 2nd, but it's the first time I think I've achieved something on Octane.
I'm an animator, mainly animating indoor and night scenes - so a challenge to keep the render times down on Octane.
This tiny animation was rendered in just 4.5 minutes a frame on a single GTX 760. Total rendering time was 7.2 hours for 4 secs at 24 frames/sec.
It was rendered in 4 passes and I needed After Effects and Vegas to put it together.
t_3 wrote:quite interesting to see multi pass rendered stuff with studio - btw, is there anything the plugin should or could have to help in doing multiple passes?
ps: in this particular case you'd probably would like to have object motion blur which comes with 2.0
SciFiFunk wrote:From looking at a blender video last night where objects were put into a layer it would be good to be able to use proper layers in DAZ. I guess that is a DAZ issue though rather than an octane one.
SciFiFunk wrote:I'm looking for speed of rendering on a budget - so I can animate, therefore the enhancement that would help me the most would be to define an area of the screen to render only AS AN ANIMATION. Wow - I could then render out little sections of lighted areas and not have to wait for the whole image to render.
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