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Old 30th June 2017
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Default pixilatie in render

Het is een quasi lege scene en ik heb een hele resem licht- en renderinstellingen uitgetest, maar om de één of andere reden zit ik in elke render met een zware pixelvorming. Zelfs met GI aan en samples en record density op high is er geen enkel verschil.

Iemand een idee wat de oorzaak kan zijn? en beter: wat de oplossing is?

Ik steek het C4D bestand in bijlage met de voronoi bewerkbaar gemaakt zodat je het ook in oudere versies kan openen
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Not sure, but you might try a lower sample distance in the Visibility tab of the light (yours is 25 now, try something (much) lower). It will render longer but cleaner.

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Old 1st July 2017
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That solved it! Thanks Mike!
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You are welcome!
I'd also use no GI in this scene.
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Inderdaad een groot verschil.
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