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Ron P.
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operating_system: Windows 10
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processor: 3.40 gigahertz Intel Core i7-4770
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Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 645
sound_card: NVIDIA High Definition Audio
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Post by Ron P. »

Or you could by a machine setup like a friend of mine has... A special built PC running 2- dual-core Xenon 3.6Ghz processors. He had it built and tailored to work with a specific editing package. He can work on HD video with several layers of 3D, etc and his machine doesn't break a sweat. Of course he spent $10K for it too...
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Post by JDonner »

htchien wrote:If you really compare the rendering performance of C3DPS with some other commercial 3D programs, C3DPS is really not that slow.
I bought Cool 3D for my son to fiddle around in 3D. I myself use Cinema 4D, pretty much on a daily basis (I'm a designer) and I can tell you that it renders a lot faster than Cool 3D and I mean tens of times faster. So I don't understand why you say that Cool 3D is not all that slow compared to commerical 3D progams. :?