Why do you need to determine the complexity of your Lumion projects and how to do it? In this article, iRender will answer this question for you. Let’s get started!
If you want an experience with good and smooth connection/ rendering, the hardware being well suited to the types of your Projects is the thing to consider. The higher the performing hardware, the more capability there is to do more complex Projects. And/or the faster the render times will be.
Project content that affects performance is measured in terms of its complexity. Such things as:
- The amount of detail, number of objects
- The number of polygons/surfaces are in your design model (in Lumion referred to as 3D Points).
- And, the type of Effects used to get the best render possible.
You should make sure that the hardware is more than capable to process your current and future Projects, then you will get a good experience in terms of onscreen speed and in render times.
- If your hardware performance does not meet the requirements of the type of Project content, then you will experience slowdowns.
- If you build a Project and keep adding to it, soon the hardware will struggle, and then you will experience slowdowns or other issues.
Those slowdowns can be low screen redraws (FPS) meaning it takes Lumion, Windows, and the system much longer than it should, to update the screen. Or to be simple you could say lagging.
When it takes you too long to wait for screen update, of course the render times will prolong, and you have less chance to meet deadlines.
When you cannot submit your work on time, the solution often is to reduce the quality of visualizations, so that your hardware can meet the demands.
Those below are steps to determine the complexity of your Lumion projects.
Use the Complexity and associated Hardware Level values from the above examples and then locate the Level matching those from this table:
For example, your Projects closely resemble those shown for exteriors and single/duplex/small residential subdivisions. With a Complexity of 6 and a Hardware Level of 2, being the Recommended hardware.
From the above table find the PassMarks and Memory value.
For example, a Complexity of 6 requires a Passmark of 18000 to 20000 and 8 to 16GB of Memory on the card.
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