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    Default Vray for sketchup, how can i have sharp image?!!

    Screen Shot 2013-05-06 at 12.05.15 AM.png
    i tried many settings, but couldn't figure out how to improve that jagged lines to clean sharp lines? please help, i am lil bit upset now...frustrated.

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    Higher antialiasing settings.
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    Try Area AA filter. Also, you might want to look at your Adaptive DMC settings. What are you using for your Clr Threshold? .002-.004 for finals is a good setting.
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    or even way faster: Use Adaptive Subdivision as Image Sampler, min rate at -1, max rate at 2, so DON'T use higher settings, that will work but it will also slow you down. Make sure Object Outline is checked, color treshold could be at 0.1, maybe lower, but you might not need it with object outline on. As filter I always have Area at 1.5. Works like a charm.

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    thanks!

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    Default Re: Vray for sketchup, how can i have sharp image?!!

    Even i was wondering the same thing.. the edges specially when the colour is white, tend to be blured. Its worse when they flow into a darker colour. Will give this a shot.. thnks a ton in advance

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    Default Re: Vray for sketchup, how can i have sharp image?!!

    I have same question, sharp edges but not aliased.

    I noticed using area works great but the render does not look realistic. when edges are sharpened it really enhances the realism of the render but this leads to aliased edges.

    this is the render setting file i'm currently using, scene is a architectural model rendered with an alpha background and matte floor to catch transparent shadows.
    https://mega.co.nz/#!bcNCiarJ!PctlUN...KcXkBRnRl7ow3E

    Any advice or tips would be greatly appreciated!

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