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What's the highest quality rendering engine?
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>>692596
Obvious bait thread but I'll reply because some novice will let themselves be mislead otherwise.

Whether you use
Arnold,
Cheetah,
Corona,
Cycles,
Indigo,
Iray,
KeyShot,
Lumion,
Maxwell,
Mental Ray,
Renderman,
Thea,
V-Ray,
or YafaRay

You'll still get shit results if you don't know how to configure it, how to light your scene, how to adjust the samples, and in general what to do or change or configure to get output that looks the way you want.
Many Cycles renders look like shit because the default settings for Cycles are especially bad, whereas the default settings for other render engines are either "Okay" or "It flat out won't render until you manually input the relevant values which will force you to actually learn what all the buttons and dials and text boxes do"

And if you just can't get good results with Cycles, there are a number of "industry standard" renderers like Renderman that can be easily added to Blender.
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>>692597
>You'll still get shit results if you don't know how to configure it, how to light your scene, how to adjust the samples, and in general what to do or change or configure to get output that looks the way you want.
Completely correct, so i'll go ahead and rephrase my question
>"What is the highest quality rendering engine when configured to its best, in a good lighting scenario? One might have slightly more noise than the other no matter what you do, or be less optimized than others."
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>>692596
your shitbrain
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>>692597
blendlet damage control poorly disguised as a shitty answer to OP's question
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>>692596
>>692598
Here you go mate:
Renderman, Vray, Arnold, Redshift, Corona

I think Vray and Arnold probably have the best learning resources online.
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>>692596
>I want to be Pixar
Renderman or Arnold

>I want to make photorealistic IKEA ads
Corona

>Same, but also I'm autistic
V-Ray

>I don't like waiting and I bought a gamer rig
Octane or Redshift

>I can't pirate any of those
Cycles
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>>692642
/thread
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>>692642
Never go full retard.
At least mastering Renderman or Arnold is a grantee for a decently paid job. For me it was.
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>>692642
>autistic
>vray
pick one and explain yourself to Thanos, retard
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>>692645
don't /thread yourself faggot
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>>692653
/thread



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