lascia perdere il distributore italiano che non mi pare per nulla attivo, hoQuote:> beh terzo occhio anche io ho chiesto in italia ma pare che nessuno ci dia
> don't think so, i have asked many times for a R8 student version here in
> italy, nobody seems to know anything :\
My wife is Italian. I'm allowed to say this. 8-)
Now, I've come across something very interesting. I made a scene on
my Pentium 60 with the full version of 3DS R4 and rendered it, etc..
Took about 30-40 seconds to complete the entire process (materials,
transfer, render, etc.). I then took this same scene to a friend's who
has the student version of 3DS R4. It actually took much longer (I
didn't believe it at the time so I didn't measure the time but it took
forever), on his machine (which was a Pentium 90!). I then dropped it
down to 320x200 and it still took longer.
Is it possible that Autodesk has thrown a loop (or whatever other time-
wasting code), into the student version since they figure students have
time to kill unlike the animation industry? Or, is this common knowledge
and I've just been in the dark?
Same Ram on both machines (16), no vitrual swapping required for this one.
No funky materials, etc., same directory structure, no problems finding
I wasn't even doing this test for speed tests, just wanted to show my
friend the scene.
Anyone know the scoop?