Discuss stuff not about Indigo.
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just saw this over on cgsociety and thought you indigoers might find it useful... I haven't tried it yet but it looks pretty cool from the screenshots.
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Thx for the link
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Maybe I'll reconsider the use of hdr maps, looks nice ! Hey Ono you did better
already, didn't you
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Cloudwright looks interesting. It may be worth a try.
But has anyone else tried using Terragen2 along with Indigo? You can kick out your T2 renders directly in OpenEXR format.
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Apparently CloudWright requires Shader Model 3.0... So i get blank renders with my Radeon X850pro. But im supposed to get my new comp today, we'll see ^.^
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damn, that's what we need in Indigo
kinda what Terragen does in a way
combine this with the Physical Indigo Sun = nice!
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