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Sam

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Hi guys,

I'm having a huge project where i need to make over a 120 360° renders.
And put them all together in a virtual tour. I want to do this podium.
But they need to be from a good quality there going to be displayed on a touchscreen.
Whit these specifications:
Measurements: 129,5 x 76,5 x 6,7 mm
Screen: 55"
Resolution: 1920 x 1080 Full HD

But as you can see on these panorama's, this is all renderd in high hdr preset 3000X6000. but you see blotches this can not be done in the project.
I already discussed this whit nat and davorp on sketchucation in the Netherlands but they also say there is no solution for this?!
Nat uses plaster on the wall whit very small measurements so you can not see its plaster. But that does already something.
But still you can not avoid off having blotches...
The only real solution would be to make a preset that deals whit this.
I know the qmc preset is the best option to deal whit blotches put you can achieve the same quality whit qmc preset as high preset.

Are there other options for these problem here some examples:
-http://storage.net-fs.com/hosting/4464531/10/index.htm
-http://storage.net-fs.com/hosting/4464531/9/index.htm
-http://storage.net-fs.com/hosting/4464531/11/index.htm

Thanks in advance,

Sam
 




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Those 'blotches' are compression artefacts caused by post-processing of jpeg images.

To fix them, render to png and go easy on the post-processing, or use the HDR presets.

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Sam

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thanks for the feedback bigstick.

On what resolution should i render to get nice views on the touch screen,
because it's 55".
Ore should i get a smaller touch screen around 40"?

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The size of the touch screen is irrelevant really - it's the resolution that is more important.
The resolution of those screens is not very high. To test it, connect your PC to a big TV at home or maybe in an office and see how the image looks!

I would have thought that 3000x6000 would be fine.

The only issues I saw were the compression artifacts, and you know how to fix those.

Panorama images allow a much greater degree of imperfection than still images because they are moving most of the time. You can't easily look at fixed points and identify things like blotches.

I think you are worrying about this unnecessarily!



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