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coder7x
Adept II

Is full spectrum rendering working for anyone

I have been using pro render alot and i think you guys are doing an amazing job i love the renderer.I just wanted to know if the full spectrum rendering is working for anyone . When i change to high meduim or low Maya crashes and gives an unkown error both in production render and ipr render .

thanks for your help 

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david_s
Miniboss

Re: Is full spectrum rendering working for anyone

Hi,

This could actually be caused by many things. There are some features that are not supported with the full spectrum render. Could you describe how the scene is created - materials, objects, etc.? Or, if you could send the scene to reproduce the issue, that would be even better.

Currently, only RPR materials are supported, and any FX, such as hair, particles, volumes, are not supported.

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coder7x
Adept II

Re: Is full spectrum rendering working for anyone

hi i have added an attachment to the original question thanks very much .

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david_s
Miniboss

Re: Is full spectrum rendering working for anyone

Hi,

Correct me if I'm wrong: do you have a 7100 GPU, and using Maya 2018?

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coder7x
Adept II

Re: Is full spectrum rendering working for anyone

Hi there thanks these are my pc specs.

Do newer gpu work better for pro render or it does not matter 

Radeon Pro Software Version - 19.Q4.1
Radeon Pro Software Edition - Radeon Pro Software Enterprise Edition
Graphics Chipset - AMD FirePro W7100
Memory Size - 8192 MB
Memory Type - GDDR5
Core Clock - 920 MHz
Windows Version - Windows 10 (64 bit)
System Memory - 36 GB
CPU Type - Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU X5650 @ 2.67GHz

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david_s
Miniboss

Re: Is full spectrum rendering working for anyone

Hi,

7100 should be fine to use. I was only able to reproduce this on a 7100 GPU system using Maya 2018.
It seems to work for me on Maya 2019 - can you try this version?
I also sent a description of this issue to our developers for further analysis.

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coder7x
Adept II

Re: Is full spectrum rendering working for anyone

Thanks very much 

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