Vue anti aliasing Strategies
In this topic, I will offer some tips on how to get a good quality crisp render. I will be mainly discussing AA settings, and some additional settings.
RULE OF THUMB: Your render MUST look good in preview, it it doesn't look good in preview, address those issue's before attempting a final render.
Lets start with outdoor scenes first.
Classic Adaptive Sampling Method
This method will work just fine in most outdoor scenery. It delivers a good balance between quality and render speed.
If the render appears a bit noisy, you might decide to switch the strategy to "sharp", instead of boosting the quality sliders, which would
results in longer render times. By switching to sharp, you can eliminate noise, while maintaining speed.
This is basicly the same method, only this time, we are forcing a minimum of 8 samples per pixel. This can be useful if you have a lot
of meshes in your scene with hard or slanted edges, like building, vehicles and other object.
The same strategy as in the first method, only this time, we increased the quality toi 90%, this will make Vue eager to fire more rays at object if it decides more rays are needed. This method will be SLOWER.
The final method for outdoor renders, is a slow method, but will deliver ultra smooth and noise free results.
This can be very slow, but the results can be beautiful!
Tomorrow I will add more tips, including indoor render settings!
I hope you find this useful!
I know this post was a long time ago, but I am in Vue 10 and trying to make the oceans clean up. Any ideas how to anti-alias water?
Thank you very much for taking the time to provide this info to our members!!
Here is what I used. It will be an interesting experiment to rerender using Crsip instead of automatic.
I found using the User setting command to be better than chosing Superior with a shorter render time.
Michel I would very much appreciate you adding the interior settings, pretty please with a cherry on top.
Useful information, thank you!