Indigo and C4D Bugs

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Indigo and C4D Bugs

Post by pavoda » Sat Jun 16, 2018 12:25 am

Hello dear Indigo developers

I noticed the followings indigo bugs


1. Export enimation from C4D to indigo
-When exporting an animation, the indigo camera parameter of a current frame is taken from the previous frame. This is only done when exporting to Indigo. When rendering an animation in C4D it's ok.
For example, the exposure for frame 5 is shown in frame 6. It is all shifted by one


2. Errors GPU rendering for far objects from zero coordinate
- When rendering an object that is far away from the zero coordinate, errors occur in the render. It happens only Indigo and GPU render. Inside C4D it is ok. (Uploaded images)


3. C4D frame step not work.
In C4D, you can set the frame step for animations. But when export to Indigo it does not work. C4D exports all frames.


4. C4D crash
When rendering inside Cinema 4D, the program crash when a lot of textures are used in the project.(about more than 40 textures) The problem started in the cindigo version that brought a realtime preview with the stop and start option.
I mentioned this several times in this forum. -this is a serious bug.

I hope this will help make indigo even better renderer.



Programs ver.:
IndigoRenderer_x64_4.2.14
indigo-for-cinema-4d-4.2.15
Cinema 4D R19.053
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Far from zero.jpg

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Re: Indigo and C4D Bugs

Post by fused » Tue Jun 19, 2018 3:53 am

Hi pavoda,

thank you for reporting these bugs. Adding them to our bugtracker.

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Re: Indigo and C4D Bugs

Post by pavoda » Fri Jul 13, 2018 10:48 pm

Hi,
i noticed following problem
If use sphere with HDR map to illuminate scene result looks different for CPU and GPU render.
Look to the images.
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Render_CPU.jpg
CPU
Render_GPU.jpg
GPU

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