I've been working on my first animated sequence that involves an interior lit by luminous polygons and no lights and have discovered the horror that is animated GI.Been through a lot of threads, read Except's radiosity tutorial... to get anything even close to a clean render for an 8 second shot at 1920x1080 requires just a silly amount of time per frame -- either interpolated MC with tiny, tiny MPR settings, animated cache, etc... or non-interpolated MR which is slower than glaciers if you're not using lights and want non-noisy surfaces.So... I've been eyeballing KRay... it's something like $400 which I can technically afford but I had trouble getting clean renders while playing around with the demo version. (I've got no problems with diving into the manuals if that's what it takes to get clean renders, just couldn't figure it out in the few hours I poked around with it).For all you KRay users, is it worth the cost if one is going to be doing a lot of interiors with few-to-no lights and lots of luminous polys? Is it really as fast as the sales pitch says?
I did not find the right solution from the internet.