Windows 7 Ultimate 64-Bit
NVIDIA GT 550M
Creo Elements Pro 5.0
Every time I try to render using PhotoLUX, the result is a solid black screen. I can render using PhotoRender but the quality isn't that great.
I have tried every scene, moving floors/walls/etc, adjusting lights, adjusting effects...all with the same result.
I have tried Draft to Maximum quality. Output Full Window to JPEG to TIF...all the rendered files are solid black. It's driving me insane! I've followed as many tutorials as I can...step by step, but my result is solid black as opposed to the tutorials results of a completely rendered model.
Has anyone experienced anything like this? Have any Ideas?
It's driving me insane!
Any help will be greatly appreciated!!!
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That´s weird you should check maybe your materials, i recomend to use only PhotoLUX scenes and materials (the last ones), your computer is perfect.
I went back to check all my materials...and I am using PhotoLUX visual styles and am using a PhotoLUX scene.
It's frustrating because I'm following all the instructions i can find online and it still is not working. I'll post a picture of what it looks like when I render a small section.
Here are some screenshots that may help anyone determine what settings I have wrong...or what else I need to look at.
This all started when I went to create a nice little Happy New Year impage for the company I work for. Now it's becoming a mission to figure this out.
When I do just a Render Region, below is what I get. If I render it completely, then the entire output is black.
I have it set to Draft right now it doesn't take so long to test. I have tried High & Maximum.
Also, I have set my output to New Window, JPEP, TIF, PNG...pretty much every option. They all turn out solid black.
What is weird is that even though the picture file is solid black, the file size is HUGE!
I really don't know what to do. So frustrating!