A detailed video on how to do an interior animation

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A detailed video on how to do an interior animation

Post by Nick1 » Thu Nov 28, 2019 4:29 pm

Hello there,
I have been looking online for a detailed tutorial video on how to do an interior animation for a long time and cannot find one.Can you guys make a detailed video( with narrative) tutorial about this and put it on your website?

Thanks much.

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Re: A detailed video on how to do an interior animation

Post by Support » Thu Nov 28, 2019 5:42 pm

Hi there,

We can certainly do so. Give us a few days and we'll add it to our tutorial page.
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Re: A detailed video on how to do an interior animation

Post by Nick1 » Mon Dec 02, 2019 7:18 pm

Thanks much. I tried making one with 10 different scenes, but at 30 frames per second, 50 samples, the message was saying it would take 36 hours to make the rendered animation. That is too long to wait!! Has there been a faster processing with the latest V4 update for the animation part?

Thanks again.

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Re: A detailed video on how to do an interior animation

Post by Support » Mon Dec 02, 2019 7:42 pm

Animations will always take a long time. If you have a 16 cores CPU or a $2k GPU, it would be much faster. One way is to use the OpenGL setting in performance mode. It does have some shading but no artificial lights as it wasn't meant for production output but for quick model navigation. Also, the more complex the model and the more artificial lights, the longer it will take. The duration of the video, say, 30 sec as oppose to 2 min will take much longer to complete. 30 FPS is also high quality, maybe try it with 20 to reduce the amount of time it takes to render.
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