I whine and growl at Indigo.....
ONLY BECAUSE.... it will NOT render the sets of prop volume I utilise and I REFUSE to economise on set glorification simply because another software grinds to a halt with it.
I love the Indigo output. But I see its output filtered in other methods, not wholly, but damned close.
As a still software, Indigo rocks IF you wants its effect. Elsewise iClone does a superb job which can be edited as a still acordingly.
I see the work you're after with it. I know what you chase. I was a commercial professional photographer using 6x4cm and 10x8 inch negs from plate cameras with models whose faces looked like the surface of the moon.
But just sometimes the capture needs more than its output to be a result. And I think thats where youre coming from.
The day Reallusion build Indigo output style into the iClone rendering engine................... THEN we'll really have something.
But until then and with Indigo choking on its food when someone feeds it a "normally populated" set and not just 1 avatar and 2 props........ I dont see an economical way forwards with it.
Regardibng Pro Dad and etc inside CVStudio.... I use it for stills as well. You might find some of the hi-resolution capabilities now and variants to the filtering eye opening. I blend alot of them together.
regarding this Reality Rendering issue..... I dont ever remember anyone asking for it, it all came as a surprise. indigo. I think the driving demand was non sliding feet and more lights and cameras.
Personally aside from sliding feet and mist and fog (Not that old goat even again!!!) I cannot fault iClone. I reccommend it to so many.
But even with the flying machine we use here, Indigo judders along before grindfing to a halt. We'll all grow old before it can cope with the set content we want to force feed it.
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