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Lukas droped some new denoise temp branch goodness a few hours back so here's a clean win x64 version with NO added extra's for testing. If you have issues with the branch let Lukas know as this is the cut down work to go into master A.S.A.P.
Ill release another version tomorrow with all the extra goodies for people who like to play dangerously.
Last edited by 3DLuver; 19-Apr-17 at 20:06.
https://we.tl/Opwpy95pUp (it works fine with the 2.78c official version of blender instead) The same problem happens with another denoiser build that I have in my PC from 08/april/2017.
Please, send it to Lukas, if you think that this issue could be important. Thanks
Last edited by oneloops; 20-Apr-17 at 07:45.
Great! Any Linux builds?...
Lukas updated the temp denoise branch so this is the experimental version from that with as many additions as i could make.
Lukas 20 April update:
Opencl&Cuda_GPU Denoise system (This is Lukas latest Denoise code system)
GPU Denoise Multi GPU support (Even in Viewport, Def works for Cuda but not tested multiple Opencl GPU)
Scramble Distance added for solbol and multi jitter (works on CPU & GPU) Also added to Supported features render tab
Blue Noise Dithered Sobol with scramble
Thread DiverganceSort Reduction patch (Gives 30% speedup in classromm and 8% in barcellona)
Cycles: Implement persistent storage for all scene data (Patch D2613)
Cuda & Opencl Supported
Compositor SMAA Node
Material Node editor New Noise lyapuno/ mandelbulb Procedural Additions
Well i like that new texture, it works on volumes too.
Though in this latest build i get 'lighter' denoise boxes, not seen it before.
I wonder how long it will take before someone makes clouds or landscapes with it .
This may be unrelated to the denoising build, and possibly something to do with my machine but with denoising turned on pretty much every render fails after a certain point with blender giving me the error "CUDA error: Out of memory in cuMemAlloc(&device_pointer, size), line 549". The scene renders fine without denoising turned on.
I'm using windows. 2x GTX 780TI cards.
This is off topic for denoising, but how fast does Thread DiverganceSort Reduction patch render using progressive compared to pre patch using regular tiles?
It would be fun to see it perform well, it really helps if a render has lots of things going on
Without HDR it got further but gave the same error about half way through the render. Blender tells me that peak mem on the scene is 963.75M so well within the cards limits?
As a fallback, is there a way to denoise a previously rendered image? So I can render my scene, and then denoise it in two stages.