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Post  Post subject: Proper setup for 120f animation?  |  Posted: Mon Sep 05, 2016 3:24 pm

Joined: Mon Sep 05, 2016 12:02 am
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Hello everyone,

Hopefully someone could provide me some guidance with my inquiry. I have a short 120f animation I am trying to render with Furryball to test it out. I wanted to know if anyone has tips for a scene that has glass (transparency) as well as fluid, reflections, refractions, dim lighting from moving candle flames and moving metal textures. In regards to the render settings? I am running a NVIDIA 970GTX w/Intel I5(6400) &16GB of RAM if that helps with system specs. Any and all help and suggestions is appreciated, currently I am using the Free version to test it out and see if this will be purchased.

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