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  1. Hi everyone, I posted this a while back on the eias facebook page, but I have updated it since then as I didn't like the sofa. Rendered in about 3 mins. Click image for larger view. Thanks, Nige.
    4 points
  2. Hiya, I wanted to see what was possible with just a couple of hours work. I knocked up a quick room in Silo 3D and recycled stuff from other projects. Click for larger view :) Thanks, Nige.
    3 points
  3. Ola Nige, This natural, soft brightness feels so good! Akai
    2 points
  4. Ola Nige, I just got back from drinking, and I want to sit on that couch right now! It's quintessential! Akai
    2 points
  5. Hi Nige, Thanks! Yes. I am studying photon mapping. Akai
    2 points
  6. Hi Akai, I like this one, nice mood! Nige.
    2 points
  7. Hiya Akai, Welcome to the forums!, Lovely image :) Like Tom says, Photons, Gi and Ri are the way to go :) Nige.
    2 points
  8. Ola! Really nice Nigel! Thanks Tom
    1 point
  9. Greeting Everyone. I've been away for years, but the Pandemic moves in funny ways. Working with very large images again. Never run into this though. Renderama and Frame Strips. The Stitching is not in order. I've just rebuilt the slave folders. Restarted the computer. Thanks, Yon
    1 point
  10. Hiya all, As it's a bit quite around here I'd though I'd post a scene I started to mess around with a while ago and never got around to finish. I was having trouble getting a contact shadow under the stuff on the table. Thanks, Nige.
    1 point
  11. Ola Tomas, Listen to me, please! I I made a very big misunderstanding! And I'm sorry EIAS!!! I did a test rendering with the data I just received. It's a lot faster than I expected it to be. (Same machine - 27min 12secs) I wonder if I just made a mistake in the settings when I experimented before: .... (At that time, I was rendering for hours…) I'm going to study it properly again. My first post was a really good experience. Thank you so, so much!! Akai
    1 point
  12. Hi, everyone. I posted this in succession. My clients are always trying out their designs until the very last minute, so the data must always be fast enough to render. Therefore, speed is more important than a perfectly photorealistic image. For this kind of work, EIAS's fast and very beautiful rendering is the best weapon! However, I also need to be able to use the latest EIAS technology correctly.
    1 point
  13. Ola Akai! Its always a pleasure to help :) Thanks Tom
    1 point
  14. Ola Tomas, Thanks for sending me the data! This data will be very helpful to me as I grow. It's odd to ask for a new version when I'm only using old technology. Thank you so much! Akai
    1 point
  15. Ola Akai! A simple test with Photons.. using the Geometry which represent the Lights as "Light Objects" using Photons. (I have only 2 lights in the scene). The shadows, light, reflections are more realistic, Thanks Tom
    1 point
  16. Ola Tom, Great to exchange words again. I imagine the Igors are still going strong? Fingers crossed. Can you set me straight on work flow for v9.1, and OS X Sierra. I should use one slave, and the camera should get all the memory and all the threads. So it's just a way to put things in a rendering cue for the moment? I've been with Electric image since '91. So, yes, I am looking forward to v10. Cheers, Yon
    1 point
  17. Hi Nige, I'm glad! I'll try to improve even more!! Akai
    1 point
  18. Hi again, everyone. This time I posted a image using GI. (Reverse illumination & Sky light) I had a little more time than usual for this job. I usually had to manually place fake lights for reverse illumination, but this time the input process was very easy. The render time was a little longer than usual, but still so fast. EIAS will continue to be a good buddy. https://www.dropbox.com/s/hxpl8ibnt2icvtz/Evening terrace.jpg?dl=0 I am currently learning photon mapping after all these years. I would like to use it if I have time... Thanks
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  19. Hi Everyone, This is my first post.
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  20. Hey Yon and Alex! Missing you my friends! Long time we don’t speak! This reorder bug was fixed in the past but came back because the recent OS updates! Use only one Camera my friend in this case! We are adding amazing features on v10 for us.. you will love them. Thanks Tom
    1 point
  21. The layer thing was to see if it was broken in that format too. With one camera it has worked great. One is the only way I've rendered for years... but now, the rendering times were getting huge, due to the desire for 3D plants. I was checking to see if this would reduce the time. Thank you for your time, speaking of it.
    1 point
  22. Ah, ok, i didnt renderd to layers, i have that issue years ago with normal rendering, no layers. Did you try to render with only one camera?
    1 point
  23. Hi Fantomas, Yes, 8 slaves. Version 9.1 I am narrowing it down to the project... unfortunately. Older projects render and stitch correctly with the current slaves. And it appears for this project, the photoshop 'layers' stitch together correctly. Still trying to get a handle on what I broke :) -Yon
    1 point
  24. Do you render to several slaves? What version of EI?
    1 point
  25. Thanks Akai, EIAS has some very useful tools and there is a life form in Australia and Asia as well. ......Waiting Tomas!! :-) Camera matching is a tool that, for Arch Viz, and that seems to be your direction, that EIAS has, and stands apart from recent apps. I use other apps for rendering now/mostly but I always use EIAS for setting up a virtual camera to match a physical camera. Still baffles me why other GPU based Arch Viz apps cannot include an Alpha chanel, a diffuse and a focal length but still want to charge excess Euros for an upgrade! LOL Keep posting the great
    1 point
  26. Hi Akai, Very nice image. Is this the image straight from EIAS or is there some post process? Reason I ask is the light bulb flares. Curious how that was done if in EIAS. I also find EIAS a bit lacking with metallic materials, it'd be nice if the displacement map had some affect on the reflection. Once again though, really nice image. Thanks for sharing. Tomas, update? ;-)
    1 point
  27. Ola Akai! Really, really nice! Let me send you some projects to study :) Open each one and render. https://www.dropbox.com/s/dp9k139gycasb8x/EIAS9_Scenes.zip?dl=0 Thanks Tom
    1 point
  28. Ola my friend! Yes, it is! Sure, GI + Photons + Reverse Illumination will be slower.. but can produce even more realistic results :) If you want, collect this scene project and send me.. as soon I will have a minute, I can try to play with it :) Cool you are having fun with EI :) Thanks Tom
    1 point
  29. Very nice work. Thanks for posting.
    1 point
  30. Hiya, I brought a set of Evermotion Blender scenes to test out Cycles (Sloooooow), I thought I'd try them in EIAS. There are a couple of UV issues but I thought it looked quite nice. You'll be pleased to know my next project is 100% me :) Thanks, Nige.
    1 point
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