I have a project that have a large Container in scene, and i use clone to generate them. And it be slowed when i interactive on viewport. i have tried to turn it off but it is not work, it just work when i untick enabled the clones object.
I have send you my project, I learn the way you generate random container, but I have this issue to done the project. I realize use octane render can interactive in IPR of octane, so it faster than RS, isn’t it.
Thanks for help me
Thanks for the file. I will have a look in the morning at it. (it is Sunday 11:40 pm here)
For now, I would like you to point to something Octane based. (I do not make comparisons here, you decided to have Octane for specific reasons, so use them!) I do not have Octane. This means I have to ask you to check into a forum for this specific render.
If you like to use Octane for this, perhaps you use a different set up altogether then: http://www.aoktar.com/octane/OCTANE HELP MANUAL.html?DistributionSettings.html
Copy the link, they have empty spaces in their URL, which doesn’t work here.
The main part in your editor slow-down is based on a huge number of generators. Each produces in concert the main scene each time. Constantly.
So I replaced the container with a polygon (1x1cm) and exported the result of just that. This defines the position of each container, and there is no need to reproduce this information constantly.
In the file you have in your PM (Cineversity Private Message), you will find that “Polygon Matrix Object”.
This has sped up the scene here by a factor of 20 (FPS based); your set up might reproduce a different value.
This is for now all based on MoGraph. You need to explore your options with this information in Octane.
I tested the scene, and it is very fast with the Redshift Matrix object set up.
All the best
P.S. on my small MacBookPro 13” + 5700 XT I get with 4292 containers roughly 100fps second, while the render preview is working as well.
Replace the cube with your detailed container object, and you will see nearly no problem (speed-wise) with the redraw of your scene.
The Container itself will show up at render-time. The Settings are in the Cloner (pale bluish layer-label): Instant mode and Viewport Mode.
Again, I do not have Octane; perhaps the set up with the yellowish layer label will give you enough information to feed an Octane setup.
My best wishes for your project.
P.S.: I added a scene rendering from around 30,000 containers (906 polygons each)