Test render by radioham ()
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Again poser 11 pro was used.. I tried to render with firefly but the render times just to long I worked with ten frames at 1040 by 800 it took over six hours just to long for me... so I tried preview render but as you can see lines across the frame so this will not be used
When you set up lets say 10 seconds timeline and save it then render 20 frames as still image files it looks quite nice.... very long render time will try jpeg render next time.....see what happens....It's a pity you can not bridge from poser to Blender this could be good
What I want to try is after set up and save.. if I reset the timeline to 20 frames I lose the info from the time line but if I don't reset the time line and save to images and tell the computer to render not to file but each frame single I should be able to go back to the saved time line the next day and not lose the setup and tell the render to go to frame 21 and render It might just work will let you all know
If you don't try you will never know
Any one try the new version of Poser can it port to Blender???
Video Comments (5)
radioham () 6:53PM | Mon, 12 April 2021
I don't like the hair no life in it no movement with in the hair
RodS () 10:49PM | Mon, 12 April 2021
Doing experiments like this gives you a whole new respect for what it takes to put a 2-hour animated movie together, or a weekly series like Clone wars or Rebels (Star Wars). I've toyed with the idea of animating some TNA stuff, but I'd be 100 before anything useful came out of it!
mazzam () 7:17PM | Tue, 13 April 2021
Realistic 3D animation is for supercomputers. Poser support for animation is very old and primitive by current standards..
Very very true This was made on a HP with two by 6 core with 48 GB ram... I find both DAZ studio and Blender while doing a neater render do take a lot of time many years ago firms used what was called Render Farms but even now days u need loads of money to go to them... many thanks for the comment
Foink () 6:52AM | Wed, 14 April 2021
I use DAZ Studio for animations...sometimes it takes 8 to 12 hours to render a 2 second clip. My fault because I usually use shadow maps. Even without the hair movement...this is a very cool looking animation. Awesome work!!!