bolleans and nurbs
well, no you cannot i'm afraid...
On the other hand, can't beat Rhino, so if you really want all that
Nurbsing, it's still Rhino.
- The Illusionary
Quote:> bolleans and nurbs
> well, no you cannot i'm afraid...
>On the other hand, can't beat Rhino, so if you really want all that
>Nurbsing, it's still Rhino.
>- The Illusionary
>> bolleans and nurbs
>> well, no you cannot i'm afraid...
I'm new to rendering (spell: POV-Ray ...). I've seen the handbook two
days ago for the first time and now I'm rendering like crazy.
Slight problem: I work on a Pentium Pro running FreeBSD and view the
images with 'xv'. Up to now I didn't realize that 'xv' has an inherent
gamma-correction while most other viewing tools don't do gamma
correction as default.
I'm very pleased with the images I produced so far, except they are
simply too dark! I just rendered a MPEG (250 frames, 4:30 hours
rendering time) that looked ok using 'xv' and then viewed the final
output with 'mpeg_view'. Shock! Barely visible (have a look at
My question: Is it ok to pipe the whole bunch on tga files through
a 'tgatoppm | ppmbrighten -v 50 | ppmtotga' sequence or will I get
better results using the POV-ray 'ambient' statement? I just don't want
to wait another couple of hours ... :-)
The best observation I can make is that the BSD Daemon logo is _much_
cooler than that Penguin :-) (Donald Whiteside)