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Re: luxrender

Post by DanX » 15 Sep 2010, 10:29

Well I don't like long render times but I have found that having more power has made me weak when it comes to setting up my renders. I seem to waste a lot of system resources that realy don't help my final image that much. But that comes from my inexperience with the software I am working with.

I plan to play around with blender if I ever get time but for now I just need to study the software I have.
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Re: luxrender

Post by bitkar » 20 Sep 2013, 12:30

what a shame nothing moved in this topic :-/ I saw it today again after so long and it still cant import other than its own native scene files and we still have no exporter. It can use openCL, so can be pretty fast for an unbiased renderer.
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Re: luxrender

Post by lrdsatyr8 » 28 Feb 2014, 13:32

Any word yet on a plugin for this renderer?? It's now 2014! :)

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Re: luxrender

Post by bitkar » 01 Jul 2015, 08:36

2015 :D :(
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