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  1. Hi everyone. I am having a major problem with mapping seams when mapping in V-Ray. I have attached two images to illustrate my problem. One of the renderings are done with Rhino´s own render engine, the other is done with V-Ray´s engine. The mapping and everything is the same on both pictures, but for some reason V-Ray creates these very apparent mapping seams. I have tried everything i can think of to fix this, but nothing have worked. I really hope that there are someone in here who can help me out. I am using Rhino 4.0 SR9, V-Ray 01,05,29 Thanks!
  2. I am having a problem rendering certain geometries for a high resolution interior scene. I am using Vray and Rhino 4 to render and partially model. Starting with a Revit model, I converted and imported the model into Rhino. That geometry renders perfectly fine but when I redeveloped the columns using rhino geometry, I get a shattering surface or stitched look on the rendered surface. If anyone has a solution to this problem, I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks in advance!
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