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I am very sorry if make a mistake by posting this topic with this subject (i really do not know if it is legal to talk about this). So if i had done a mistake please forgive me.
I would like to know where i can download rendering file to test my pc performance?
I am allowed to do this? (if not i apologize) but please tell me… to know and to not make again a mistake.
Thank you anticipated.
Dig around Google for the ‘Cornell Box’ scene…
but for example Maya can render an animation? or a specific made film? If yes from where can i get one?
does anybody know???
Your question is a bit broad…
Are you just looking to benchmark your machine?
What is it your trying to compare it to?
Futuremark’s suite can give you more analytical data about your machine’s capabilities than just seeing how long it takes Maya to render something.
for example i just want to render a file in order to see if my pc can somehow support this program… to see if i can work with Maya on this pc.
A rendering file can be a clip/film? an animation? or just images?
I would like to see how many fps i have in Maya when rendering… or if it will move very very slow…
The answer to my question is : benchmark? or rendering file?....to achieve what i want.
From where i can get this kind of files?
The Cornell Box scene is pretty CPU/memory intensive.
As far as an animation - you might check out Duncan’s blog - lots of physics/fluids simulations.