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clean version of the image” and that training has been with the old, harsh type of noise.We are working with Intel to have their AI denoiser retrained to work with our High Quality Image Filtering, so hopefully that restriction will be removed in the future!Most of all, our clients don’t have the ultimate version of materials and that is why we have to make such-like projects upon the conditions of numerous corrections and alterations.We prefer to work in 3D and avoid compositing in 2d software, as it is easier to correct something in 3D, than constantly make changes in post-production. The answer is: No, the hardware we have is common as dirt.We’d like to thank you for traveling along with us on this journey to the future of rendering – your tests and experiments with new features help us fix and refine them; your feedback on features and tools guide us on what we should work on next; and your love for Corona and the wonderful work you create using it is why we do what we do.So our thanks go out to our devs, support, business partners, forum moderators, translators, beta testers, advisors, partners, resellers, our friends at other Chaos Group offices around the world, and of course to you, our users, for keeping Corona constantly growing and improving!The Adaptive Light Solver has been in Corona Renderer for the last few versions named as the “New Light Solver” – now that the last polish has been done to it, it is the default solver going forward and has been renamed.
It is not worth the trouble to make conversion into "Vray Proxy" in the main scene, it can lead to errors.
Caustics are probably the last big element missing for true realism in today’s renders, and it has taken a lot of research and a lot of coding and hard work to figure those out, and then get them working quickly, and easily, but we think it has been worth it.
Once again, it puts Corona ahead of the pack in terms of realism, all with its known ease-of-use.
Tip: The copy of “Instance” of each unique “Vray Proxy” (for example, each unique tree) can be removed from working area and put in one place.
Border this area with a rectangle - in such a way you won’t miss small “Vray Proxy” colours or small bushes. Use this approach and you’ll have ready-made sets of “Vray Proxy” frequently used objects at hand. Instancing and scattering If you need to copy objects, that will not be edited later, use copy as “Instance”.