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Re: Raytrace - what are the best techniques for speedy tracing?

Subject: Re: Raytrace - what are the best techniques for speedy tracing?
by webmaster on 2009/9/15 7:02:22

I am sad to say that my experience in animation is not so high, others here will surely answer with more experience... and basically, with you doing animations already, you probably already learned a lot more then many others.

However, depending on the animations, why are you using imagine itself to combine them?

I would probably render separate animations, just as you have done, but combine them outside imagine in some editing software like Premier or its likes...

That would give you more tweaking abilities with the different parts to instead of trusting imagines lighting system... also, since the two most time consuming things in imagine is refraction and the number of lights, rendering without refractive surfaces and with one light at a time and then combining in an outside editor will probably save a lot of time after the learning curve is done.

Doing animations, you probably already use some kind of video editing software already anyway, so the step might not be so big.
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