Which Hardware will Affect the Blender to Reduce Rendering Time?
What hardware should I use to reduce rendering time in blender? In the production of blender, it takes a lot of time to render. While there are many factors that can affect rendering time, which hardware can speed up rendering time? Although a properly configured hardware will increase efficiency, you can choose different hardware for different production processes.
3D design and production can generally be roughly divided into several major steps: Modeling, UV Mapping, Texturing and Shaders, Rigging, Animation, Lighting, Rendering Setting, Compositing. This step is the most important step in the final product, the final rendering, and always using a render farm in this step.
Professional graphics cards are optimized for professional 3D design software, so they are more accurate on the display. Professional graphics cards can make your previews more realistic. Improve the speed of modeling and the performance of materials in 3D. Professional graphics can also greatly reduce the load on the CPU during the production process. For example, if you move a complex model, the game graphics card will be skipped and not smooth, resulting in inaccurate movement. It may move many times and still Unable to move to the exact location. However, whether the display is wrong, whether the operation is smooth or stable, will greatly affect the efficiency of production, and even affect the mood of the producer.
In the step of blender rendering, such as the Cycles renderer, you can use the CPU or GPU for rendering calculations, but its rendering speed is independent of the graphics card, only related to the processing power of the CPU or GPU, and secondly related to memory. And for the final rendering, the professional graphics card and the game graphics card are no different (if you really want to say that there is a difference, it is only the display of the picture, the color is better). The biggest impact on the rendering speed is the CPU or GPU, especially for the Blender renderer, which is very dependent on the GPU, and the excellent GPU has faster rendering images than the excellent CPU, and the graphics card can be added to the device continuously.
Many people also think that memory will affect the rendering speed. This view is not correct. When the memory is enough, the rendering speed will not have much impact. What is enough?? Generally, 3D use is to open a scene file and it will take up a lot of memory. The more polygons in the scene, the larger the memory. When the memory is not enough, there will be a serious delay, because the hard disk space is called to make virtual memory. When the memory satisfies the amount required by the scene file, the rendering requires almost no memory except for the memory calculation that requires more memory.
In summary, a high-performance machine has a great impact on the speed of production and rendering. The reasonable hardware configuration and software adjustment can bring out the best works.
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