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Rendering issue
show user profile  s33us00n
Long time since last posting here....it's great to be back.
For now i need to render a 1 min animation and I'm having problems at the render time. I have 2 decent computers and after some calculations i figured it'll take me around 30 hours to render it all with both of them. So i came here to ask for advice. Is there in max a tool to fasten the rendering with reducing the things that make it so long to render?.I don't know yet what elements i need to take into consideration to reduce the render time. I use scanline renderer anyway.

Are there services on the internet for rendering, free or with payment? ----------------------------------------
Using 3ds max 2008 32bit
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4/2/2008 9:07:06 AM (last edit: 4/2/2008 9:08:09 AM)
show user profile  npcph
what about backburner? that allows network rendering.

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4/2/2008 9:17:16 AM (last edit: 4/2/2008 9:17:16 AM)
show user profile  s33us00n
I know but i don't see the reason here...because i'll render jpeg images and then merge them in a movie...so i'll render half of the images with one computer and half with the other....:) ----------------------------------------
Using 3ds max 2008 32bit
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4/2/2008 9:27:44 AM (last edit: 4/2/2008 9:27:44 AM)
show user profile  killerbee2
Reducing time is often reducing quality.
Optimizing your scenes is an artform on itself.

and defenatly don't render to jpegs.



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4/2/2008 9:39:53 AM (last edit: 4/2/2008 9:39:53 AM)
show user profile  s33us00n
what should i use instead? ----------------------------------------
Using 3ds max 2008 32bit
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4/2/2008 9:48:31 AM (last edit: 4/2/2008 9:48:31 AM)
show user profile  MrPumpernickel
Use a lossless format, anything like PNG, TIFF, TGA or even BMP will work.

If you need it to be JPEG then resave it in Photoshop to JPEG instead, Photoshop's JPEG engine is a heck of a lot better than 3dsmax'.



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4/2/2008 9:56:03 AM (last edit: 4/2/2008 9:56:03 AM)
show user profile  s33us00n
I have another question and i thought it doesn't make sense to start another post. This time it is in Adobe Premiere. I hope it's permitted to discuss about applications other than 3d studio max.:).....Anyway I tried to add sound to a movie and when i try to export the final output i receive this error

It's the third time i tried to export it:(....Any help will be appreciated.
Thanks in advance, Razvan ----------------------------------------
Using 3ds max 2008 32bit
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4/3/2008 3:18:31 PM (last edit: 4/3/2008 3:19:13 PM)
show user profile  killerbee2
just as I thought, Vanghelis is your problem.
It should be VANGELIS.




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4/4/2008 4:56:21 PM (last edit: 4/4/2008 4:56:21 PM)
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