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Dhanad Dipta asked

Optix Denoise using Imager

How can I denoise using Optix during IPR session for lookdev purposes using the new Imager. Before I would tick Denoise in the AOV tab for anything I needed denoising for IPR. Looked at the documentation and it does not explain how to denoise using Imager during IPR. Any help is appreciated

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Stephen Blair answered

Like this:
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Hi Stephen,

I was doing just that, and it is enabled. I cannot tell from the IPR window if it is denoising it real-time. Have to check with a different scene with substantial noise to catch the difference. Was not sure if I have to turn on something else elsewhere.

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Matthew Goldblatt answered

You can choose to include individual AOVs in the denoise imager in the Layer Selection field....which is fine for IPR visualization... but beware. The current build is bugged and will NOT reliably give you denoised layers in your actual render.

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