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it would be very nice, to get some help here.
I use Octane for Cinema 4d in the latest stable version 3.08.3 on windows 10 3x GTX 1080i + windows 10 2x RTX 2080 in network rendering.
My problem is at first the noisy surfaces caused by the light and the hotpixel removal option...
nothing i´ve tried worked well... played around with GI-clamp, Caustic-Blur, Path term. power, noise threshold and hotpixel removal...
please take a look.
is there a solution?
i watched a lot of tutorials, read the manual and so on... nothing worked.
Thanks a lot for ur help
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That happens when you use unrealistic values for the lights. Your tiny lightbulb seems to be much stronger than the sun.
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