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    Rendering cached GI animation

    Hi,
    Only camera is moving, do I need to check Animation check box anyway?
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    LW, Maya, Nuke, & AE evolross's Avatar
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    No, you should be able to leave it off. Your situation is pretty much the only situation where you could leave it checked off.

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    Thank you, is there any guide how to use cache file with lwsn?
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    http://www.except.nl/lightwave/Radio...ndex.htm#cache

    somehow I did not found it last time, cheers
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    I was recently rendering a clay-render sequence with monte carlo, where only the camera was moving. The resulst withouth having the animation box ticked were that the shadows were very inconsistent from one frame to another, it was so bad I had to re render the whole scene.
    Ticking the animation box and increasing the rays per evaluation helped a lot !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sampei View Post
    I was recently rendering a clay-render sequence with monte carlo, where only the camera was moving. The resulst withouth having the animation box ticked were that the shadows were very inconsistent from one frame to another, it was so bad I had to re render the whole scene.
    Ticking the animation box and increasing the rays per evaluation helped a lot !
    thx

    ive looked at my animation very closely and loks like iam having same issues...
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    Angry

    I have 300 frame animation that with cache file enabled (Animation) renders 60+ minutes per frame and w/o cache 4 minutes per frame, what is going on? It took 5 hours to bake the cache.

    I am on W7 and LightWave HC b2008.
    Last edited by Soth; 04-07-2010 at 01:48 PM.
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