Mileena's Redemption Episode 6 part 1More Like This
Episode 6 part 1
Hello again. It's me, Mileena, narrating this interesting story once again. This part of the story will continue to grow more darker and darker, especially with the imminent danger of armageddon, the ultimate battle between good and evil forces and the possible end of all life as we know it. Scary things like that. Ever since learning about it from Taven's parents, Garnie has been a little on edge, Zagato, Sister, Jade, Nightingale and Taven have been discussing about how to prepare for Armageddon. Taven insists that its his job, and his brother's to stop Armageddon by themselves. He told us he's leaving to go searching for his brother, and he told us to enjoy the calm in any way we can while we still have time... Because the storm is coming. Hearing him say that sent chills up and down my spine. So after Taven went his separate ways, Jade, sister, Zagato, Nightingale, Garnie and I returned to the Edenia palace to plan on what to do until... Until
[Mini-Tutorial] Iray Progressive Render SettingsThis weekend I got a chance to talk to the DAZ 3D developers about the progressive render settings and what they do. Here's some clarification on those settings. I did not know some of this myself until I had a chance to ask this weekend!More Like This
The progressive render settings are found in the "Render Settings" tab in DAZ Studio and the "Editor" portion of that tab. The important settings are:
Max Samples: Short version: The Max Samples count is the maximum number of samples Iray will achieve before it stops the render. The default number is 5000. How long it takes to get to 5000 samples varies by what kind of hardware your computer has - it will get to 5000 much faster on an Nvidia graphics card than a CPU or an AMD card.
Longer version, as best I was able to learn from web research: In any kind of rendering, the engine is trying to depict a 3D image as though it were in real space; in real space your eye views all images as continuous, but in the r