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  1. Am producing a walkthrough animation with 3dsmax and vray. I have attached a frame - it takes 30 mins to render this frame in a i7 4core 16gb ram system. Is this normal? Also what is the time you take to visualize a scene like this? Thanks in advance
  2. nkhn

    Faster render?

    I design event stages & stuff & tend to use a lot of lights & reflective materials. Also the venues are sometimes huge so that means lots of light. How can I improve my render time? p.s. I use max 2009 & vray on a 64 bit machine. The IT guy told me that if I used max 2011/13 my render time would improve because they have been made for 64 bits. Is this true?
  3. Hi i am wondering can you import 3ds max models (converted to 3ds or other format) for use in artlantis with materials already applied?
  4. Studio/Institution: munovstudio Client: Rafael Genre: Office Interior Software: 3ds max 2009 | Photoshop cs3 | Lightroom 2 Website: http://www.coroflot.com/munov Description: My last project, cnc are welcome
  5. Studio/Institution: virtuark studio Client: albero cocinas Genre: Residential Interior Software: 3ds mAX 2009,VRAY,CS3 Website: http://virtuark.blogspot.com/ Description: Hi everybody, this is my last work, its a Classic Kitchen that i was made for a costumer, i hope you like it, comments welcome. pd: thanks to my teacher Stanislav Orekov
  6. Hello guys this is for letting you know about some new tutorials uploaded into the site www.aleso3d.com visit the site for more info this is the image from the latest tutorial:
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