[Bf-committers] Possible Render Noise Filter?
agustinbenavidez at gmail.com
Sat Nov 17 17:44:53 CET 2012
I also recall a talented Luxrender core developer tried to implement it but
the earlier result were disappointing. Besides, for production rendering
and animation, quality issues are quite obvious for the eyes. This field of
research, filtering the montecarlo noise, seems promising but it isn't
quite threre yet.
2012/11/17 Campbell Barton <ideasman42 at gmail.com>
> (since nobody else answers) - I recall it being posted in
> #blendercoders a while back, so quite sure cycles devs (aka Brecht)
> knows about it.
> On Tue, Nov 13, 2012 at 9:46 AM, Jason W. <jason.a.wilkins at gmail.com>
> > Has anyone evaluated this paper?
> > http://agl.unm.edu/rpf/
> > Seems like a potential addition to either cycles viewport rendering
> and/or a couple of compositor node. It takes as few as 8 samples per pixel
> and is comparable with many many times more for about 3 times the
> computation of 8spp. It preserves detail and edges well. Not sure what the
> additional memory use would be.
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