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    Is Molas Villa Palas (VXGI realtime)

    Hi dudes!
    This is a frame from a 2 minute spherical video we're working on at the moment.
    The whole project consists of 4 villas designed by renowned Studio Fuksas and we've been asked to make some previz by Is Molas.
    Everything you see here is realtime VXGI rendered on a GTX980ti.
    All assets made from scratch by us (apart from a couple of Kite assets! )

    Click image for larger version

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    Full resolution:
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-A...ew?usp=sharing
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    #2
    Bump to give a quick update.
    We exported a preview (yet not final) version of the video and uploaded it on youtube.
    Feedbacks are welcome:


    Apart from some changes to the forniture and materials, we are still experimenting a bit with the VXGI quality settings.
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      #3
      Your lighting and textures are great. The playback is choppy, but that might just be on my end. What method did you use to render 360 video?

      Is this intended to be used for VR? If so, the movement will be a one-way trip to puketown.
      Steve Biegun
      Virtual Design Manager

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        #4
        Looks pretty good--if you want to get a better framerate, then you can use Matinee to record your video, you would need to animate a camera beforehand and then use the Record feature which will stick to your framerate and take the time it needs to render the scene.

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          #5
          Originally posted by SBiegun_PDG View Post
          Your lighting and textures are great. The playback is choppy, but that might just be on my end. What method did you use to render 360 video?

          Is this intended to be used for VR? If so, the movement will be a one-way trip to puketown.
          Yeah, we noticed choppy playback depends a lot on broadband connection.

          Originally posted by darthviper107 View Post
          Looks pretty good--if you want to get a better framerate, then you can use Matinee to record your video, you would need to animate a camera beforehand and then use the Record feature which will stick to your framerate and take the time it needs to render the scene.
          This is still a preview, the final version will be 60fps for sure!
          Well... that IS Matinee exported as image sequence!
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            #6
            Maybe it's an issue with the Google 360-degree viewer thing

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