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Post by timstert1 on Wed Jan 23, 2013 12:44 am

Hello. I'm planning on having a rendered print out for my thesis deliberation soon, on a 30" x 40" board. My question would be, what is your recommended resolution size for the output?

I researched online regarding printing high quality images and the least dimension I got that is apparently acceptable when printed is 4500 pixels X 6000 pixels. Is this an acceptable resolution for 3DS Max and Vray? It's been nearly 8 hours and it still hasn't finished rendering, and from the looks of it parang matagal pa matatapos @.@

Does anyone have a solution on how I could have an easier time handling this? Many thanks in advance!

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Post by oby20 on Wed Jan 23, 2013 5:48 am

matagal talaga dahil malaki ang pixels mo, lalo na kung hindi ka naka i7 baka matagalan pa lalo yan lalo na pag madami ka components. bawasan mo ang pixel to 3000x5000 would be enough para sa mga ganyan thesis board printing. and low settings lang sa irridance map, and set your default geometry to "auto".

timstert1 wrote:Hello. I'm planning on having a rendered print out for my thesis deliberation soon, on a 30" x 40" board. My question would be, what is your recommended resolution size for the output?

I researched online regarding printing high quality images and the least dimension I got that is apparently acceptable when printed is 4500 pixels X 6000 pixels. Is this an acceptable resolution for 3DS Max and Vray? It's been nearly 8 hours and it still hasn't finished rendering, and from the looks of it parang matagal pa matatapos @.@

Does anyone have a solution on how I could have an easier time handling this? Many thanks in advance!
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Re: Resolution output size for 30"x40"

Post by Norman on Wed Jan 23, 2013 6:10 am

render mo lang sya ng 2250 x 3000 tapos enlarge mo sya sa PS plus sharpen tool para di blurred masyado. then saka mo sya print ng 30 x 40. di na yan mapapansin ang pixels nyan sa malayo.
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Re: Resolution output size for 30"x40"

Post by timstert1 on Wed Jan 23, 2013 6:55 am

oby20 wrote:matagal talaga dahil malaki ang pixels mo, lalo na kung hindi ka naka i7 baka matagalan pa lalo yan lalo na pag madami ka components. bawasan mo ang pixel to 3000x5000 would be enough para sa mga ganyan thesis board printing. and low settings lang sa irridance map, and set your default geometry to "auto".

timstert1 wrote:Hello. I'm planning on having a rendered print out for my thesis deliberation soon, on a 30" x 40" board. My question would be, what is your recommended resolution size for the output?

I researched online regarding printing high quality images and the least dimension I got that is apparently acceptable when printed is 4500 pixels X 6000 pixels. Is this an acceptable resolution for 3DS Max and Vray? It's been nearly 8 hours and it still hasn't finished rendering, and from the looks of it parang matagal pa matatapos @.@

Does anyone have a solution on how I could have an easier time handling this? Many thanks in advance!

Oo nga po eh, hanggang ngayon nagrerender pa siya! More than half a day almost 14 hours na @.@ Hindi po ba madedegrade yung quality ng image kapag low settings ang irridance map?

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Post by timstert1 on Wed Jan 23, 2013 7:00 am

Norman wrote:render mo lang sya ng 2250 x 3000 tapos enlarge mo sya sa PS plus sharpen tool para di blurred masyado. then saka mo sya print ng 30 x 40. di na yan mapapansin ang pixels nyan sa malayo.

Thanks for the advice sir! Smile I'll try this next time. So bali half lang yung output resolution? So theoretically half din ang rendering time? Well I guess mas okay na yung 7 hours of rendering kesa sa ganitong 14hours++ na. Sobrang tagal nung pre-render set up bago siya actually nagstart mag-render.

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Re: Resolution output size for 30"x40"

Post by Norman on Wed Jan 23, 2013 9:37 am

na optimize mo ba yung rendering? di kasi ibig sabihin maganda yung rendering mo ok ka na, dapat alam mo rin pabilisin ang rendering..matatalo ka talaga sa oras pag ganyan...anyway good luck bro.
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Re: Resolution output size for 30"x40"

Post by krizaliehs07 on Wed Jan 23, 2013 9:48 am

sir ito click mo makakatulong to sa pagrerender mo. http://www.cgpinoy.org/t11061-how-to-save-v-ray-light-cache-and-irradiance-map
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