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Re: Listed house extension

Postby IDN » Tue Mar 23, 2010 3:06 pm

tim123 wrote:Depending on the lights, can take from 10 to 30 hours. I generally let them run overnight, or set it up with really high settings to render over the weekend. These images are about 10% of the rendered size, so they lose a bit.


Hi,

Can I ask why you render them to such a high quality? Is it to publish in magazines, etc or do you need to produce large format (A1?) printed images for Clients?

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Re: Listed house extension

Postby tim123 » Thu Mar 25, 2010 1:40 pm

I find that rendering at high quality gives a more realistic rendering, even when reduced. When exported as JPGs, the image size is not that large, although as TIFFs they can be quite big. I often present them as A4 drawings to the client and we also use them as part of the planning application process. At A4 I think that the quality between 'high' and 'best' is noticeable.
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Re: Listed house extension

Postby IDN » Mon Mar 29, 2010 1:23 pm

tim123 wrote:I find that rendering at high quality gives a more realistic rendering, even when reduced. When exported as JPGs, the image size is not that large, although as TIFFs they can be quite big. I often present them as A4 drawings to the client and we also use them as part of the planning application process. At A4 I think that the quality between 'high' and 'best' is noticeable.


That makes a lot of sense. Thanks for the info.
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