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Jagged edges around light materials

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Hey, I'm a bit of a noob when it comes to redshift and I'm having a problem, whenever I have  an object near a light material I get pretty extreme jagged edges, does anyone know how to fix this?

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Everything in that image has jagged edges so its difficult to see what you mean?

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Hi,

 

You need to increase samples, check attachment.

Values like 64 for min, and 256 for max are usual enough for most simple scenes, in some cases 128 and 512 are needed, but try with lower values until you are satisfied with results. Start with 8+32, 16+64, and similar. Remember that Redshift renders faster if samples are multiplied by 4, so if min=4, max should be 16 (4*4), or if min=16, max should be 64 (4*16), and so on. Higher samples equals longer render times, so find optimum values.

 

Cheers, Dane

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