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I just got vue last night and am completely new to 3d modeling
I don't plan on becoming a 3d modeler I just wanted to mess around in Vue


But I was wondering why my renders come out such low quality even when I set quality to superior
Does my video card effect render quality, because somebody said that to me but i'm not sure if it's true
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>>500740
>Does my video card effect render quality

No.
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>>500741

Thank you
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>>500740
video card just affects how long it takes to render pretty much
you CPU also affects it but a lot of it is done in the video card
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>>500740
Your problem is you need to look up tutorials for controlling Vue's rendering settings and how to set up a scene for better quality. Hardware only affects speed.

Many people who use Vue, will often export the meshes to different software to render in a better ray-tracer.



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