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{SOLVED} How do you make high quality renders?

Discussion in 'Troubleshooting: Bugs, Questions and Support' started by Pontiac, Sep 5, 2014.

  1. Pontiac

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    I have been rendering alot of my models and the only problem is how can you make those renders high quality? All of my renders all appears a little bit blurry, i don't know why. Could anyone explain me how do you make high quality renders.

    This is a render for someone's birthday i made, as you can see some parts are blurred.
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    PS:Those cars aren't mine, those are for personal use only not meant for beamng so don't accuse me of mesh theft. :p
     
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    Re: How do you make high quality renders?

    What modelling program do you use?
     
  3. Pontiac

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    Re: How do you make high quality renders?

    I use blender.
     
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    Re: How do you make high quality renders?

    I don't use Blender myself so I can only recommend maybe having a look at this wiki page. Hope it helps.

    http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Blender_3D:_Noob_to_Pro/Render_Settings

    And btw, the blurry/noisy texture that's going on is most likely to do with your shadow options.
     
  5. BaronRedStorm

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    Re: How do you make high quality renders?

    Beep beep Reddustone here i will show you You gotta increase the amount of samples
    Take my boeing for example
    So here is an image of it Without much Sampling
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    Increase the render sampling to make the image look less blurry (Note:the render will take longer to complete depends how much sampling you apply to it)
    I hope this solves it
     
  6. Pontiac

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    Re: How do you make high quality renders?

    Thanks! I'm gonna try it out right now ^_^
     
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    Re: How do you make high quality renders?

    Ok lemme know if that works :cool:
     
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    Re: How do you make high quality renders?

    This might me a noob issue but i cant find the samples. =/
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    Re: How do you make high quality renders?

    Why use old blender Samples isn't in your version :/ get blender 2.71 Samples included in that version
     
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    Re: How do you make high quality renders?

    Nevermind i found it.
     
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    Re: How do you make high quality renders?

    Heh ok enjoy High quality images
     
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    Re: How do you make high quality renders?

    Is it just me or is the rendering still the same? I made it 50 samples btw
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    Re: How do you make high quality renders?

    Its much less blurry I would say use 100-150 samples to get rid of most of the blur
     
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    Re: How do you make high quality renders?

    Its far less noisy. I don't know much about image rendering though :p


    More samples = less noise I guess. Maybe a small amount of gaussian blur would smooth out the noise. But thats just from my physics education during an asteroid hunting exersize, I recommend vastly increasing the amount of samples you do. know nothing of image rendering so there's probably something better than the brute force solution.
     
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    Re: How do you make high quality renders?

    This has been rendered at 150 samples, took like half an hour or 20 minutes there are a few blurred parts but i don't care and i'm proud of it. Thanks for all of your help guys! I really appreciate it!
    Happy birtday 3.png
     
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    Your welcome ;)
     
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    150 can be considered low for a clean cycle render. Depending on how many lights your scene has, noise can be more or less.
    For a very clean render I usually go for 1000 samples. If you have a nvidia GPU with cuda, make sure to enable GPU rendering to reduce your render times. Also update to a newer blender, since cycle is still in development, newer builds are much faster.
     
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    Yeah i guess so I don't really have a good GPU but its good enough i can easily render something with 1000 samples in 30-60 minutes
    Man now i wan't to render images I might make a thread about nice blender images in the off topic (if thats allowed)
     
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    There is already a thread called 'Things you have made I blender or whatever you use' or something like that. Post there is stead of creating another thread.

    And 60 minutes for a 1000 passes GPU Render is quite a lot even for the most simple scene (Are you even sure you enabled GPU for Cycles? By default that option is off)

    I do a 2000 passes render of a mid complex scene in under 15 mins on a GTX660 (the more Cuda cores the GPU has, better is I think)
     
  20. BaronRedStorm

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    I'll check in the settings GPU enabled thing for cycles
    Edit:Erm where do i go to Find out if its enabled or not I have checked the User preferences Maybe not hard enough
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