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  1. So, approximately, credits-used-per-hour = 1 / (...

    So, approximately, credits-used-per-hour = 1 / ( 23.79 / x ) where x is the PPI for the system in question (presuming 1950x baseline)? Or is it more involved?
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    Congrats and thanks to DB&W for an amazing,...

    Congrats and thanks to DB&W for an amazing, productive year of patronage and db&wTools development!
  3. There are a couple things mentioned which would...

    There are a couple things mentioned which would enhance LW's Preview feature (f.e. see their mentions around always-live rendering). There's a lot of tech in PR22 around how render caching is...
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    You're right, that looks MUCH CREEPIER. The...

    You're right, that looks MUCH CREEPIER.

    The look of the girl in front with the candles just screams "sacrificial hors d'oeuvre".
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    Yep, not really interested in others' opinions of...

    Yep, not really interested in others' opinions of the viability of Macs, but will try posting in the new Jawset forum, thanks!
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    I'm glad to hear LW TFD is still being developed,...

    I'm glad to hear LW TFD is still being developed, but if I can't even load the current Mac LW version of the TFD 1443 plugin (and get no reply on emails sent to support about the issue), that makes...
  7. Thread: Render crash

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    Well, best if you can config DebugDiag and then...

    Well, best if you can config DebugDiag and then get that crash info, from there I can likely provide some info as to what's crashing, why it's crashing, and what that likely means in context -- if I...
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    Generally better to implement a double/float...

    Generally better to implement a double/float scale/direction dummy scalar as per-term multiplier in the path. That way, if you need to flip an axis, or rescale one or more on input, it's just a...
  9. Thread: Render crash

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    I'm not suggesting you send it to Newtek, I'm...

    I'm not suggesting you send it to Newtek, I'm suggesting you post the basic info of it here, for us to take a look and help determine what's causing the crash. Or not, your choice, but you've not...
  10. Yeah, the main thing to avoid is running the hub...

    Yeah, the main thing to avoid is running the hub in that situation, it'll get confused about which version to bind against.
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    I have to ask: Why are there 600+ lights in the...

    I have to ask: Why are there 600+ lights in the scene? I'm not suggesting that excuses misbehavior, just wondered if there's other context we should understand.

    Could the "missing" ones just be...
  12. Thread: Render crash

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    I think you'd be better off figuring out exactly...

    I think you'd be better off figuring out exactly what section of the image is being rendered when it crashes, and then by process of elimination figure out what in that area is causing the crash.
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    ZBrush 2020 out Nov 12...

    See ZBrush 2020 details at http://pixologic.com/features/

    Looks like another amazing release, and free to existing owners of ZBrush (ZBrush Core owners apparently pay to get ZBrush 2020, but...
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    Honestly, it is fairly impressive that he was...

    Honestly, it is fairly impressive that he was able to get by this long, modeling for primary income.

    Adrian: Sorry for the situation, job change is always stressful. Hopefully you saw it...
  15. Another possibility, if you're storing objects on...

    Another possibility, if you're storing objects on the boot drive, and SystemProtection is running, it might have copied a prior version of the file as well. Check the file info.
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    Yes, since forever.

    Yes, since forever.
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    Perhaps they meant... ...

    Perhaps they meant...

    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/7/73/The_Grinch.png
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    Trickier due to LW's "silos" for nodes, but...

    Trickier due to LW's "silos" for nodes, but agreed that's a good point: If nodes are where all the detailed workflows will reside, then there's no good reason the node editor should ever be...
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    LW2019 also included 2018 / 2019 tech, yet you...

    LW2019 also included 2018 / 2019 tech, yet you apparently didn't purchase that upgrade. Why would the presence of that same tech in LW2020 lead to a different outcome?
  20. That's all well and good, but it still should be...

    That's all well and good, but it still should be filed as a bug, or it'll never get properly fixed in the LW content. Both the scene and objects should be present, having the scene but not the...
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    Right, but say there is a LW2020, what would the...

    Right, but say there is a LW2020, what would the upgrade need to contain in order to earn your dollars?
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    You might want to look at the db&wTools Spline...

    You might want to look at the db&wTools Spline Toolkit functionality, esp. with the recently-added animation support.

    I suspect were something like that native to LW, it would go a long ways...
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    You probably need to be using Dielectric instead...

    You probably need to be using Dielectric instead of PrincipledBSDF, as you appear to be seeking absorption-related tinting, and while Dielectric supports absorption, I don't believe PrincipledBSDF...
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    Ayup, one of the ones I use quite often too,...

    Ayup, one of the ones I use quite often too, thanks Oliver!

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    Not exactly, there's a bug blocking migration to more recent LW that wasn't fixed in either LW2018 or LW2019....
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    ...speaking of sending robotic probes places...

    ...speaking of sending robotic probes places humans only go if they absolutely must. :devil:

    Looks like it ate an electric toothbrush. I guess that's (marginally) better than having the wires...
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