Is there anybody know the ray trace? My CA quit when I run the ray trace on my new MacBook Pro. I have no problem on 3D rendering, just can not run the ray trace. This is so frustrated!
Is there any way can fix it?
MacBook Pro whit M1 pro, 32/512.
Will CA X6 run on windows 11?
I have been using X12 since it came out and for some reason, I am forever struggling with achieving some of those beautiful renderings I've seen others post. I have looked through this forum for clues, and while I have found some great pointers, I still come up with lousy renderings. I have notes from threads I have gotten here about settings, and making sure you have a slab and roof, etc...but still I find myself struggling with this. My biggest frustration is with lighting. How does reduce the sunlight that comes in through the windows? Then its the light that you see come through the mirror, sofa, ceiling. This rendering was done in about 30 passes+ which I've read shouldn't take this long to produce if your width and height is adjusted to read 800(?) Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
I am very perplexed by the lack of light in the interior physically based ray tracing camera. They always appear to be taken with all the interior lights off.
What I have tried so far:
- adjusting the camera exposure and brightness
- adding lights and light sources
- increasing the maximum number of lights on
- adjusting the sun angle, etc.
I can NOT figure out how to make the interior rooms brighter!! I would LOVE if someone can help! This is a very powerful tool if it can be rendered correctly
both attached images have light sources that are turned on
I have been trying to create more photorealistic renderings with Chief as I don't have the current budget for additional software.
I have been playing with the CPU Ray Trace option and keep coming up with grainy images that seem darker than I'd like.
I have played with the lighting and sunlight and I've pushed the resolution higher and higher every time I try with no luck.
If adjust the contrast of the image it makes it a little brighter, but it still is lacking.
The first image went for 60 passes, the next one was 40 and the 3rd was 50 passes.
I would love some insight and recommendations on fixing the grainy look as well as just creating more realistic images!
I am using Premier X13 on iMac
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