How to get HIGH RESOLUTION renders in 8 MINUTES

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This hack has been my life saver for quite some time now; I render a draft resolution image and then use this hack to enlarge the image to an HD resolution or higher 😉

You don’t have to be using VRay as a render engine to use this hack! It works on ALL RENDERED IMAGES (I’ve tested it).Let me know if you use any similar hacks in the comments down below.


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It’s been a long minute since I’ve posted a new video, and I’m sorry but LIFE HAPPENS. The good news is I’m back and I’ll work on being regular with posting new content.

In today’s video I’ll show you a nifty little trick that I discovered by accident. This trick will save you multiple hours and a lot of stressful moments spent trying to get a high quality detailed rendered image out of a large and intricate scene.

This is especially useful if you have an old machine or if you’re short on time and need quick results.


About a year back I created a scene with a nautical theme and the afternoon light coming in through the windows; it’s a pretty sight and I love this scene a lot.

But due to my old machine + a Vray glitch, I couldn’t render it in a resolution larger than 800×450.

I’m going to be using this sole render as a guinea pig for today’s tutorial; it’s quite blurry and you can’t see the details as clearly as I’d like.


Just keep in mind that a RAW render will give better results than a fully edited image. That makes this image a perfect candidate since it hasn’t been through any editing.



Free Texture Image Resources


Software Used

  • Sketchup 2018.
  • VRay Next (4.00.02).
  • Photoshop Cs6 Extended.
  • Giga Pixel AI 4.9.4

  • Music: Lakey Inspired.
  • Video Production: Camtasia 2018.

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