Chris Bridgeman

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    Hey everyone. There’s been a lot of discussion here, and some of it is turning quite negative. I was going to wait, but wanted to jump in right away.

    We have absolutely been listening and, as mentioned before, have GPU rendering in progress. We have our first build testing in-house right now and will be making it available on Prerelease soon.

    Please, note this first release of GPU rendering will be Windows Nvidia only, on cards that support RTX raytracing technology. Plans for AMD and Mac is still in the works but won’t be happening this year.

    You can join our prerelease program with this invitation link: https://www.adobeprerelease.com/beta/6D4BC437-A571-40B6-B398-1D29A4A13985/participate/7A1DBA5A-6CF2-4023-EE2F-3CA7B25DF3BE

    Or if you’re already a member just visit www.adobeprerelease.com and visit the Dimension program.

    We hope to upload our first GPU enabled build later this week.

    Cloud rendering is in NO WAY a replacement or way to evade doing work to support…

    Chris Bridgeman commented  · 

    2 hours for a lit 1500px rectangle... lol.

    Chris Bridgeman commented  · 

    It would be nice to be able to render full stop. This software is a joke on even the simplest of designs. GPU and CUDA please, all this metal implementation and your own engine idea that means buying a new mac or hardware is a liberty. Guess what, an inconvenient truth is that most renderers use CUDA based GPU's. Dimension is actually even slower than it was , I've watched fossils form while this has been rendering.

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    Chris Bridgeman commented  · 

    It would be nice to be able to render full stop. This software is a joke on even the simplest of designs. GPU and CUDA please, all this metal implementation and your own engine idea that means buying a new mac or hardware is a liberty. Guess what, an inconvenient truth is that most renderers use CUDA based GPU's. Dimension is actually even slower than it was , I've watched fossils form while this has been rendering.

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