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Hi~Podiumer & ProWalker
SU Podium V2.5
Res: 2560 x2560 Preset: 3_interior_high Rtime:40 mins
Res: 2560 x2560 Preset: Pr-mode Rtime: 240sec
ProWalker V1.1.7 has been improved the turn off speed and that makes me doing preview work more efficiently.
In this case, lots of materials are missing at the beginning due to faces reversed and model textures photomatched in SketchUp. Watch out the biggest two key-points! Dealing with materials in SketchUp by reversing faces to front or set as unique texture. It might help you to conduct nicer quality images that you wonder. Zeus
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Great renders !
These comparative studies done by you are very informative. But most.of these are similar Sets ...One small room.with a large window. Have you tried with a larger setup..? Or...where sunlight plays lesser role? It shall be interesting to see how it compares in different setups. Thanks.
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You really ought to render to hdr and use the HDR presets. They don't take any longer to render, but give (obviously) a higher dynamic range in the raw images which is not only better, but makes PP much easier with more options.
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I think the blue draws/ cabinets of the desk might be the result of SketchUp back face being exposed. Iray (ProWalker) is not very forgiving about exposed back faces and renders things literally where as SU Podium can be a bit more forgiving.
But it's pretty amazing. They both look great.