Using fixed-rate sampling


show more Turning your settings and instructions into a finished rendering is a trade-off between image detail and processing time. Adjust the Google SketchUp sampling rate to create a rendered output best suited to your specific needs while meeting your time scale, whether you want to briefly check the effects of a change or see your creation in all its glory. Learn the best ways of using fixed-rate sampling in this online video. show less
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Using fixed-rate sampling

As V-Ray is a ray-trace rendering engine, and because image sampling we live the heart of the ray-trace rendering process, we can see perhaps why choosing which of the V-Ray's three image sampling engines to use in our scenes those become a fairly critical decision that needs to be made wisely. For this reason then, over the next three videos we're going to give you a quick overview of the controls for each engine type, as well as reviewing how using these controls will affect both the speed and quality of our rendered images.

If you're unfamiliar with just what the image sampling process is all about, you can check out the Introduction to Image Sampling video in chapter 6 of my V-Ray 2.0 for 3ds Max Essential Training course, here on lynda.com. To get started, let's open up our Options dialog for ourselves. You'll notice in here we have an Image Sample rollout and if we use these dropdown, you can see the options available to us when it comes to choosing ...

Using fixed-rate sampling
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Turning your settings and instructions into a finished rendering is a trade-off between image detail and processing time. Adjust the Google SketchUp sampling rate to create a rendered output best suited to your specific needs while meeting your time scale, whether you want to briefly check the effects of a change or see your creation in all its glory. Learn the best ways of using fixed-rate sampling in this online video.

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CAD
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SketchUp V-Ray
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