February 2021

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Rendered in Lumion 9 by Gui Felix. Resource: Lumion.com
Lumion has the power to enhance your architectural workflow, get more clients and provide your firm with breathtaking images, animations and 360 panoramas. At iRender, we provide servers with the most powerful graphic card nowadays such as RTX 3090 Ti at the price from 3.8 usd per machine hour. That’s what we mainly want to show you today – GPU SERVER 3 (1x RTX 3090) which definitely will be fond of by Lumion users with the detailed configuration.
28 Feb 2021

Things that you should know to optimize Lumion

Lumion has the power to enhance your architectural workflow, get more clients and provide your firm with breathtaking images, animations…

How does Blender hold up beside C4D? Quite well, actually. Blender offers an alternative that’s free and open-source with equally competitive features and capabilities. Blender is an open source, practical and has a wide range of interesting features
27 Feb 2021

Battle of software: Blender and Cinema4D

How does Blender hold up beside C4D? Quite well, actually. Blender offers an alternative that’s free and open-source with equally…

Designed by Angelo Ferretti with C4d
Cinema 4D is one of the perfect packages for all 3D artists who want to achieve breathtaking results fast and hassle-free. Beginners and seasoned professionals alike can take advantage of Cinema 4D’s wide range of tools and features to quickly achieve stunning results. Cinema 4D’s legendary reliability also makes it the perfect application for demanding, fast-paced 3D production. For today’s article, we would like to provide you with a few tips to help speed up and optimize your workflows in Cinema 4D. It’s a small (but helpful!) step towards creating the fantastic work that Maxon’s veterans are capable of conjuring. Let’s figure it out!
25 Feb 2021

Useful tips to optimize your workflows in Cinema 4D

Cinema 4D is one of the perfect packages for all 3D artists who want to achieve breathtaking results fast and…

If you are a Blender user, you probably know that it is a wonderful 3D creation tool for creating 3D graphics, interactive 3D apps, video games, virtual reality videos, and animations. It is not only easy to learn with large community support but also is a very robust application, and its modeling, sculpting, and viewport navigation functions are so smooth. However, depending on your job settings, such as scenes with many 3D assets, glossy shaders, high-definition textures, particles, and volumetric lights, you will need a significant amount of time is required for rendering. It’s time to find out how to speed up your rendering in Blender. And there are some tips for you below.
22 Feb 2021

Tips for Speed up Blender Rendering

If you are a Blender user, you probably know that it is a wonderful 3D creation tool for creating 3D…

Source: Lumion.com/ model provided by TEN OVER STUDIO.
Lumion is a powerful, easy, fun-to-use, effective architectural visualization tool that allows anyone to build a 3D environment and then create beautiful images, impressive video presentations, and live walkthroughs. This blog will show you the factors that affect rendering performance and how to speed it up in Lumion, therefore you can use Lumion better.
21 Feb 2021

Tips to speed up Lumion performance on your low-end PC

Lumion is a powerful, easy, fun-to-use, effective architectural visualization tool that allows anyone to build a 3D environment and then…

E-Cycles renders much faster than the Blender master on a GeForce NVIDIA. Additionally, user's results posted on Blender forum have proved that the speed boost varies from graphics card to graphics card. They suggest that the speed may be larger with more powerful or more recent GPUs of NVIDIA.
20 Feb 2021

What is E-cycles and the speed race with Eevee

E-Cycles renders much faster than the Blender master on a GeForce NVIDIA. Additionally, user’s results posted on Blender forum have…

Photo source: redshift3d.com
As we all know, "Biased" renderers allow users to specify the quality ('num samples') of effects such as glossy reflections, brute-force GI, AO and so on. This level of control is both a strength and weakness of biased rendering. However, that level of control is also a weakness because the artist has to spend time tweaking the 'num samples' settings. Even worse, sometimes users may increase the 'num samples' of the wrong effect which can make rendering longer while not providing any visual benefit. For this reason, it's important to understand the different possible types of noise that exist in Redshift and know which settings to tweak to produce clean results.
18 Feb 2021

Understanding Noise in Redshift for Faster Rendering

As we all know, “Biased” renderers allow users to specify the quality (‘num samples’) of effects such as glossy reflections,…

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