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james bartolozzi asked ·

How to denoise volumes?

I am trying to render a huge cloudscape scene and wanted to use the denoiser. I'm noticing that the only don't show up in the depth AOV, and when I try to denoise the image. The result is identical to the input.


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Heribert Raab answered ·

denoising volume is the holy grail, there is no solution for it. all denoiser just blur it and the AI denoiser its not "animation save". you need to optimize your volume setup scale and split up in render layers, this way will speed up 30-50 times.

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Lee Griggs answered ·

Maybe you can avoid the need for denoising. Can you share some images/scene sample settings? Do you have enough volume samples for your lights?

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