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Hello everyone! I know it’s been quiet on the GPU side of things for a while now. I wanted to let you know it’s been actively under the works for a bit, but a lot going on behind the scenes. Here’s what I can say so far!
In Dimension 2.0 we’ve launched an entire new rendering engine, the Adobe Dimension Renderer. This is an in-house rendering engine which allows us to have more direct control over many things. We’re actively working on GPU support and have our first beta proof for the RTX cards, demoed at Adobe MAX last week:
This includes an overhaul to being able to interact with the render mode, so thinking about both rendering during design work and as final renders. We’re still working on this and are looking to port the technologies to new cards and platforms (AMD, Mac Metal, etc.)
In addition to GPU rendering, please note we are also working on faster CPU rendering and you can expect a performance oriented update in the near future that should include a significant increase to final render times on CPU.
FInally, we are still exploring cloud rendering, which is available as a free private beta. You will need to join the Prerelease program and download a special build to use Cloud Rendering, but it is available to everyone at the moment. You can sign up for the Dimension program here:
In…Paul Ryan commented
Could not agree more. CPU rending is a very bad option. Had a job offer 54 product renders. Adobe Dimension would take nearly 7 days to render.
Not up to the Adobe high standards.Paul Ryan commented
Please way faster render engine.