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Mental Ray Displacement Tutorial

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Date Added: 2nd August 2011
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In this video tutorial, Roberth Vala looks at an efficient way of setting up mental ray displacement.

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Dan-3DT (Forums) on Wed, 03 August 2011 4:30pm
Thanks, although I speak English, I get the idea. Very helpful...not sure why I never thought of doing this to optimize displacement before...better then aimlessly adjusting settings in an actual project and re-render a zillion times. Thanks.
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V@la (Forums) on Wed, 03 August 2011 7:36am
This video is in Norwegian, but i hope it makes sense to everyone. The point here is rendertime vs details. Keep an eye on the rendertime when adjusting the different settings. Hope you like it!:)
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