Posts by js2345

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    Computer: Lenovo C940 15"

    Graphics Card: NVIDIA Geforce GTX 1650 with Max-Q design / 4GB GDDR6

    Driver: NVIDIA studio driver version 472.39

    Processor: Intel i9-9880H CPU @ 2.30GHz

    16 GB RAM

    OS: Windows 10 Pro

    I am using the Enscape plug-in with Rhino and the output is not working. The Rhino 3D model is a building and not terribly large (72 MB). Enscape is functioning, however, the views are blurry and appears (although I am not certain of the exact reason) that multiple layers of the image are misaligned, creating a blurry image. This happens in both the preview and final rendered image.

    Things I have tried to correct the issue:

    -varied rendering quality

    -varied output resolution

    -updating the driver

    -changing the driver to the gaming driver

    -changing from auto graphics card usage to specifying that Rhino is using the NVIDIA graphics card

    -detached my second screen to use only one.

    None have solved the issue.

    Attached are rendered images of the model illustrating the issue. The views are using Enscape predefined materials with box mapping

    The general settings for Enscape (option in the enscape tap in Rhino) says that my graphics card does not support Raytracing (see image below), however I am not certain if this is what is causing the problem, and if there is a solution using my current setup.

    One of the reasons I got this computer is because it seemed to have exceeded Enscape's minimum requirements for graphics cards, so I'm surprised this problem persists.

    I have searched online and tried many things to troubleshoot this to no avail including adjusting every setting I have found. No luck. I would appreciate any input or possible solutions.