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Super machines promised great advances in 3D rendering speed. But even now that super-powerful graphics chips have arrived, how many times have you woken up in the morning to find a project had only rendered half the frames?
Yet some architectural design software is rendering very complex 3D scenes in real-time. If you want to show your client's proofs in real-time, not the next day, here's what to look for in new architectural rendering features.
1. Real-Time Interactive Rendering
The creative process can be painfully slow when you cannot see your changes in real-time. If you change the lighting, selecting new materials is futile if you cannot see how the new materials are interacting with the light. Fortunately, you no longer have to wait.
Faster rendering software is making it possible to see changes in real-time as you work. For example, SketchUp V-Ray is offering higher performance GPUs and CPUs, but it's the workflow improvements that bring real-time interactivity. They include interactive viewport rendering, and automatic scene and lighting optimization — to name a few.
2. Denoising in Detail
Improvements in denoising are providing significant gains in rendering processing speed. Removing unnecessary noise in post-production provides cleaner, sharper images. Once denoised, 3D scenes should render with fewer passes.
This quality improvement, however, should not be produced at the expense of visual detail. You should be able to adjust the strength of the denoising effect and make adjustments as desired. Various types of masks and filters can be applied to only denoise certain areas.
3. Frame Buffer Editing on the Fly
Rendering plugins used to be like an awkward-looking room addition to a house that never fully integrated with the design. Frame buffers are no longer only places to review saved rendered frames.
A noteworthy advance is the ability to change and manipulate shots in real-time in the buffer, without having to return to the viewport, including color and photo effects. Materials and textures can even be brought into the buffer for real-time editing.
These more seamless workflow processes let you focus on the creative process. Faster rendering also makes it possible to render in the cloud. Large 3D design projects take up gargantuan amounts of storage space on a computer.
With hardware-accelerated rendering, you can deliver your architectural designs much faster to clients. But ultimately, the rendering speed edge is in the software. Contact a software company to learn more about the plugins available to you.Share
31 July 2020