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Fri, May 17, 2013 at 2:26:20 PM | 3DS MAX using Backburner scan lines problems

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1- I am learning how to use the backburner program and finally got two computers to render an image together. Each line, there are 22, is rendered with different lighting, making the image garbage when stitched together. see attached. Is this a common problem? any fixes or other posts about this?
2- separate question- is there a way to limit the cpu usage for a job sent to the network?
Thanks!
max and revit 2013


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Fri, May 17, 2013 at 3:37:35 PM | 3DS MAX using Backburner scan lines problems

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there is no attachment but im guessing the gamma settings on each computer are different, or perhaps you are using IES files on your local machine and the 2nd computer is unable to see them.

 

you can reduce the amount of cores used by max render on the individual machines by setting the affinity in task manager. theres also 3rd party apps that control it.

 

if you are rendering a single image why areunt you using distributed rendering? you dont need backburner


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Fri, May 17, 2013 at 3:48:53 PM | 3DS MAX using Backburner scan lines problems

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lets try the file again. it was too big...



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Tue, May 28, 2013 at 10:03:25 PM | alabaster2513

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Quoting alabaster2513 from 2013-05-17 10:37:35

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there is no attachment but im guessing the gamma settings on each computer are different, or perhaps you are using IES files on your local machine and the 2nd computer is unable to see them.

 

you can reduce the amount of cores used by max render on the individual machines by setting the affinity in task manager. theres also 3rd party apps that control it.

 

if you are rendering a single image why areunt you using distributed rendering? you dont need backburner

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- what is an IES file? I clicked the box for "include maps" but I am guessing its something different. 

 

- any 3rd party apps you recommend?

 

- trying to learn backburner for eventual walkthrough stuff but thanks 


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