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Mathieu Leclaire asked ·

denoising multiple AOVs

I thought using the argument -l or -aov was to list multiple AOVs to denoise, but I see no difference in the other AOV results. Just the beauty seems denoised. I don't know if I'm doing something wrong!? If I am doing something wrong and I can denoise multiple AOVs at once, I'm also wondering, when they denoise the various AOVs, does noice do them one by one or is there some optimizations by denoising them all together? And what if we have something like 84 AOVs in an image and we want all of them denoised, do I have to list them one by one or can we use wildcards to select which ones to denoise?

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Stephen Blair answered ·

Hi Mathieu

It's one -l for each AOV

Each AOV should have it's own variance AOV, so that means each AOV is denoised separately.

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Mathieu Leclaire answered ·

yeah... that's what I did, but only the beauty got denoised... how do I set a different variance per aov?

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