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Post by Ize010 on Thu Jul 31, 2014 4:01 am




Hi! Can someone help me out? I would like to know what I've been doing wrong because I keep on getting grainy spotty results when I render my model.. I tried raising hspv to 1000, etc..

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Post by nhelhyn on Thu Jul 31, 2014 4:38 am

sir post ninyo rendered image ninyo... marami tutulong nyan... baka nasa subdivision ng materials sir yan try higher value 40 maybe or higher...matagal nga lang render time.. mas maganda post ninyo image para makita... tnxs
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Post by Ize010 on Fri Aug 01, 2014 8:27 pm

ito po ung image na npproduce ko everytime. Pag default and walang lights, okay naman, pero pag nag lagay na ko ng ies and rectangular lights and pag binago ko na ung render settings, grainy na. Hindi naman po ako nag eexpect ng high specs for render options, just a decent render is enough for me.

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Post by nhelhyn on Fri Aug 01, 2014 9:09 pm

sir ano po version ng vray gamit ninyo... try turning clamp output on sa color mapping sir... hope this would help...
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Post by deejeyms on Sat Aug 02, 2014 9:42 am

sir try mo uncheck or i-off un "SHOW SAMPLES"...either sa IMAGE SAMPLER (ANTIALIASING FILTER) and/or sa IRRADIANCE MAP, not sure kung saan but uncheck all that say's "SHOW SAMPLES"...hope this helps.. Embarassed

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Post by Zyl on Sun Aug 03, 2014 6:35 pm

Go color mapping and click clamp output sir.  gdluck
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Re: Vray for sketchup black spots

Post by Ize010 on Sun Aug 03, 2014 6:46 pm

Hi everyoone,

Thank you for all your advises, it turns out, I really needed a laptop upgrade pero when i tried all your advises using the new laptop, the rendering has less noise so I'm very happy with the outcome . Thank you again! Smile

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Re: Vray for sketchup black spots

Post by Ize010 on Thu Aug 14, 2014 9:16 am

Hi Guys, 

I'm here again because I thought my initial problem was solved, apparently, hindi pala. I am now getting super bright renders to the point that it's just white screen.

I found out that this only happens when light in global switches is turned on. These are the pictures I have of the renders with lights on and with lights off. Can someone help me out in letting me know what I did wrong?

Lights turned on (Global Switches)


Lights turned off (Global Switches)



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