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I am reaching the final stages of a personal project of mine and I was wondering if this render times were okay for the setup I have since I swapped to redshift 3 days ago: 1070 ti 8gb ryzen 9 3900x 32gb ddr4 3200mhz It takes 40 to 50 minutes to render the following (no DOF nor mortion blur): NOTES: The scene consists on bolts and sparks with incandescent material + the emisssive sword, 2 Volumes (you are looking at the smallest one which is around 8million voxels) + 3 mesh lights inside the capsule (bolts, sparks and a scorch on the impact area of the bolt) and 3 others spread around the scene (the Highlighted ones) EDITED: NOT EDITED: These are my settings: In all mesh lights I copied the override sample values because I dont trust it xd and all have 64 bounces for volumes too. I hope more experienced artist can help me out with this one if you find something odd in my project. As always, thank you very much EDIT: No, I wont be using the Optix denoiser and this is how the noise on my scene looks:
Hi, My name is Jonas. I am fairly new to Houdini, but I definitely feel that I'm learning. However, now I have a problem. When I try to render a pryo simulation of mine, I get some pretty harsh edges. It's not for a specific project, it's generally. I've tried to change almost all of the parameters, but it doesn't work... And when it have been working better, I have gotten some insane render times. Any ideas for what to change? Again I am fairly new, so I do not know what to upload to you guys, what info do you need? for my tests I have just been using a sphere, which I've applied the billowy smoke to. I've decreased the division size to 0.05 and my render is set to 32x32 in pixel samples. My volume quality to 1, general shading quality to 10. What else to do? Cheers, Jonas Jørgensen