In this video, get tips to optimize your cycle render settings for the best look possible.
- [Instructor] In this video, … I want to cover how we can mitigate some of that noise … that's inside of cycles … and have it rendered a little bit faster. … Now, if you're following along from the previous video, … I've done a few things. … Under EV, I through any irradiance volume … or reflection cube maps into an EV collection … and then under my cycle scene, if it did show up, … I just went ahead and disable it. … Thankfully my case, it didn't show up … but if it does for you, that's okay. … You can just always hit the little check box … to turn it off. … Next, I didn't have any bake cashes with me … so I went ahead and baked the first 40 frames. … There is that little rock that flies away, … but don't worry we'll deal with that in the next video. … Okay, with everything set up here, … now I'm going to go ahead and click on cycles … and get a rendered preview. … Now there are a lot of options under rendering over here … and the first is the vice GPU compute. … We've talked a little bit about this. …
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