I created a simple graphic in Illustrator and saved it as an AI file and SVG. If I now place this as material on an object, a clear color difference is noticeable, even though the files show the same motif. It doesn't matter whether I use RGB or CYMK in Illustrator.1 vote
Thank you for reporting this! I’ve sent to the engineers to investigate.
If I use an AI file as material in DN 2.3 under MacOS 10.14.5 and move it on the object, then vertical lines appear on the right and left where a transparency should be. These are visible in the editor and in the renderer. This effect does not occur in DN 220.127.116.11 vote
Thank you for reporting this! I’m curious, are you re-using the exact same file? If so could you happen to e-mail us your test .ai file to email@example.com so we can test with the same file?
First of all thanks for the new version 2.3. I rendered the same scene, which contains only one cube, in versions 2.2 and 2.3. I noticed the following. In contrast to version 2.2, the setting "Quality High" in version 2.3 renders twice as fast. Bravo!
BUT there is a new problem: In version 2.3 the setting "Quality Medium" is not faster than the setting "Quality High" and the result is identical as if both settings work with the same high quality.1 vote
Upon rendering a plane with the Glass material selection applied to it, the background image will be warped depending on which face of the plane you are looking at.
I have added a background image, placed a normal plane object on the scene, set the object to have the glass material applied to it, then previewed the render. If the plane is facing one way, the background image is very warped, whereas if you turn the object around 180 degrees, the background is no longer warped (note the Z axis rotation).1 vote
The library cannot be loaded (clickable but all white) after renderring1 vote
Quando eu click para renderizar (aplicar acabamento) ou no Render Preview ele simplesmente trava0 votes
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