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  1. crunchfx
    May 6, 2014 at 5:41 am · Reply

    really really thanks drea

    this is fantastic info , such a great help .
    always i was fighting with rendering optimization .


  2. Justin Leary
    Justin Leary
    April 25, 2015 at 4:06 pm · Reply

    Great info Drea, thank you! Just a request if possible – would you be able to offer something similar for animations in Vue? I know there are no hard and fast rules, and every scene is different, but if you had some insights into aspects of a Vue Render / setup that can be changed in order to get quicker Vue animation renders, that would be great. Also, am having trouble with the well-known “flickering” with my test animation renders. Anyway, any input or ideas would be welcomed by all, I am sure. Thanks.

    1. DreaHorvath
      April 29, 2015 at 4:26 pm · Reply

      Hi Justin,

      You are right; every scene is different when it comes to the final tweaks, so nothing is black and white when it comes to animation. The flickering problem is also well-known.

      We have recently rendered a short flicker-free animation, which we are now offering as a product at D&D Creations for educational purposes, since there was a high demand for pre-animated scenes with a customized, flicker-free render profile: http://www.ddcreations.eu/store/vue-scenes/the-canyon-animated-scene-for-vue-2015/

      Take a look at it and see if it’s something you might be interested in!

      1. Justin Leary
        Justin Leary
        April 29, 2015 at 8:28 pm · Reply

        Thanks Drea, much appreciated. Am definitely interested in what you have to offer. Thanks very much 🙂

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