SATtva wrote:Considering LuxCore shortcomings, would it be possible to implement GlossyTranslucent or GlossyCoating materials? Currently there is nothing in LuxCore to simulate translucent base with glossy coating (short of mixing Glossy with MatteTranslucent, but this combo is much trickier to configure and in most cases leads to different results).
SATtva wrote:Another issue, DOF this time.
Dade wrote:You are using camera auto-focus option that wasn't supported by LuxCoreRenderer but is by LuxCore. I extended LuxCoreRenderer to support auto-focus and now DOF seems to works fine.
Dade wrote:P.S. SATtva, you have broken LuxVR execution from LuxBlend with this commit https://bitbucket.org/luxrender/luxblen ... 1e5d0618a3.
Dade wrote:You should pass epsilon settings inside the .lxs not from command line. I think also that epsilon command line settings are not passed trough network rendering so this may be the source of your other problem too. Bug report fire back
SATtva wrote:Sorry, i didn't mentioned that: the result was the same regardless of how DOF distance was set -- using auto-focus or manually. Can you also check the manual setting?
Dade wrote:Anyway, the OpenCL CPU device can be easily re-enabled by editing the .bat (you probably already know how).
Dade wrote:I didn't know, Intel OpenCL CPU driver works fine for me on Linux however the version I'm using is quite old. I assume it is an Intel driver bug, you can try to check if there is a newer version on Intel web site.
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