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High Poly count Vray Crashing

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Hi I am doing a  project and the vray keeps crashing  my total object in the scene is 2637 file size is 592 mb so can't upload  is there a way i can maybe combine objects as one to help vary 

 

 

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Moved to correct section. Vray does not come with Cinema so this doesn't belong in New Users and Beginners...

 

What video card are you using, and how much memory does it have ? And what version of Vray is this ? And have you asked this on the Vray forums ?

 

CBR

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Well you can work with instances, for example. All these trees can be instanced. So can the chairs and probably a lot of other stuff.

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Are you using progressive, bucket mode, or gpu rendering? What are you render settings? Are you using Distributed Rendering? Does it crash on both the interior and exterior renderings? Is the interior scene seperate from the exterior scene? Are you using any other plugins? Are the trees/plants instances? What is the error message you get?

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  • Thanks instancing most of the stuff helped thanks

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