Hello there, I'm quite desperate couse I need to hand in a project in two days, so please, any answer is welcome.
I have a 70MB file to render, and it all goes perfectly smooth till I use the present dimensions of 2000x1500pixels.
When I try to put it to a 3000x2500 all I get is a 22MB file which is almost completely black, with only a small blue (sky blue) square on the bottom. What's the problem?
My mac has 8GB of RAM and a 2.3GHz processor, while it's rendering the CPU is 97% used, together with 6GB of the RAM. Is my Mac not good enough? What would be a quick solution? A sketchup VRAY plug-in ???
Hi There !
I got a problem in bir resolutions (like 3000px x 1500 px).
My render continues up to 90%. And then render suddenly stops and cancels.
I got this problems 4-5 times. There is no error window and warning texts.
Can anyone help me about it ? I add my scene herewith attached .jpg file.
I would like to get this scene as 4000 x 2000 pixels for press-works in good resolution.
Thank you in advance
Thanks for your answer for my render problem.
I think that you increase resolution by photohop or another photo editor.
That can be possible. But my problem is ;
Why autocad 2012 creates this matter in big resolutions ?
I thought that there was a small operation...
Thanks anyway, I will use that way, until I find another way...
my system is not too bad...
I use ASUS N53SN notebook with ;
16 GB RAM (4X4GB 1333)
2 GB GRAPHICSCARD
I could not solve this problem..
Thanks for your answers again.
I am learning it by getting special courses in Autodesk approved Turkish education center.
I use test edition. But I will buy software by my own money. It is too expensive for me at the moment.
I also learn 3dsmax... My file is too big for email 60,3 mb. Thank you again for your efforts to help me.
Thanks over & over again.
I still keep learning
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