Here’s a test run I did with 2 scenarios - rendering both in EeVee and Cycle-X in Blender 3.0Alpha.
In my 2nd scenario, the rendering time for “large landscape” remain a big challenge - ~56 hours for a 6300 frames animation. I wonder there’s any good tutorial on how to further “fine tune” Cycle-X to speed up, although I know it is already ~5 times faster compare to 2.9x cycle rendering speed.
The 1st scenario work was done in learning how to use iClone … for the lip sync competition.
This 2nd scenario work was done to support a longer music video I made with my wife. The quality rendered is indeed nice.
Any constructive comments is appreciated.