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Cyril Fassiau asked ·

Renders of volume shader is always noisy, how to get rid of it? (maya 2018 Arnold 5)

Hey guys,

I'm trying to render my scene to compose it, but I can't get a good renderof it. I have a volume shader used to make a cloud like thing. But I cant seem to get no noise of it. What render settings should I change to get rid of it? AA: 7 Diffuse: 5 Volume: 4
I tried to take the "volume" setting up, but didnt do anything.


Thought?


Thanks a lot !

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Lee Griggs answered ·

Have you tried increasing the lights' volume samples?

Increasing Volume Indirect should only be used to add indirect lighting to the volume and will increase render times.

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Thanks for the quick answer !

Ok I didnt know about the volume samples thanks I will try !

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