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How do I get rid of all the noise blender puts in my renders?
>ITT we post our noisy renders
I'll start
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>>697492

Use a proper renderer instead. Renderman is free and can be used in Donut Maker.
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use the 2.81 intel denoiser. problem solved.
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>>697528
The 2.81 Intel denoiser is really some fucking serious black magic. Denoiser+Optix+Ecycles will make Cycles renders a lot faster. I'm sure they also have more optimizations up their sleeve. Might get near real-time Cycles in the near future.
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Kinda sad that so much of her is fake, more than if she was an actual Blender render
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>>697492
why not just using the same tools a photographer would, like topaz denoise AI or something similar?
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by using a better renderer that doesn't suck
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