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I propose we standardize a 'benchmark' with the "Loft Scene" which is in the default iClone project templates (GI category).  It's a pretty stressful scene as almost every power hungry feature is enabled (except DOF).  It's important for everyone participating to use the same settings - I've pasted a screen grab on the image, but in simplest terms... render range the first 60 frames - export frame rate 24 fps - UHD 3840x2160 - PNG sequence - everything else set at highest quality.  Also, leave your viewer at default size for you screen as we have determined small/large sizes affect render times (and quality!?!?).

card:  2070 RTX
24 frames render time: 3 min 10 sec
2560x1440 monitor

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Also, leave your viewer at default size for you screen as we have determined small/large sizes affect render times (and quality!?!?).


In other words: hide taskbar, then in iClone CTRL+7, then "Render>Render Image" from menu and detach the "Render" tab. Right? That is how you rendered? Or you used "Standard" workspace?
I will post my results shortly.




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Hi illusionLAB
Did as you suggested for the settings. My test only just quicker 3mins.
Card Titan X Pascal
24 frame render
Monitor 2560x1440 IIYama Pro Lite
https://forum.reallusion.com/uploads/images/f803db2d-d0bc-4543-a74f-d263.jpg

Also tried it the way 4u2ges suggested time just that bit quicker 2 mins 30 seconds.

https://forum.reallusion.com/uploads/images/f7a08bc4-1113-46d5-ac5a-0149.png


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GTX 1080Ti
1920x1080 monitor

So I did 2 tests:

1. "Standard" Workspace - CTRL+6
https://forum.reallusion.com/uploads/images/608ed84f-0df0-4e8f-a2dc-f181.jpg

2. "Full Screen" Workspace - CTRL+7 (with detached render tab)
https://forum.reallusion.com/uploads/images/3a1b7843-643d-4ab8-9942-de3b.jpg



Though, there would always be difference in render performance between those who use 2K and 4K monitors.
On 4K monitor render would be a bit slower but the quality better I believe.




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Maybe after we have some more results someone will compile them all in a chart.

I like the fact this is frame based (which is all I ever do) and at 24fps (again, ditto).  I only have HD monitors, though, but I do have dual ones so perhaps I can put something a *bit* different together.



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Might be worth examining the output closely to determine if the 3X ss is creating a better image. Rendering in preview will get you 66% faster, probably. Wink
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my two cents.
supersampling algorithm, used by iclone is old and uses cpu to do its work, so no matter what gpu you use, the correct thing is to let the render in preview. and make the comparatives. because there is the time taken only by the gpu in copying the frames of the iclone buffer.
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To compare Preview vs 3x3:
https://forum.reallusion.com/uploads/images/3ead5b30-efdd-4489-a06d-43d3.jpg

The best (DSR+3x3)? ....
https://forum.reallusion.com/uploads/images/ee23b0cc-437c-49f0-be52-2aca.jpg




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I assume when you say "hide the taskbar" you really mean "hide the menu bar", but I don't see a way to do this.



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Kelleytoons (12/30/2018)
I assume when you say "hide the taskbar" you really mean "hide the menu bar", but I don't see a way to do this.



No, I really meant a Taskbar. It does occupy some space on the screen (specially in my case where I have it on the left and it is quite wide). So hiding it gives almost a full screen.
Almost, because as you said, there is no way of hiding an iClone menu.







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