Hi, thank you for your reply.
We use the rendered mode only to apply and adjust the textures.
The more realistic the viewport – the better, but because we always build the whole interior for the renderings (retail interior design projects) there is quite a bit adjusting and
Moving cameras during this step.
I was just wondering why a brand new computer with a Geforce GT 630 with 2gig ram and a cpu i7-4770 with 16 gig ram is still performing so poorly with Rhino, while some incredible complex 3D computergames are running without any trouble….
Thank you very much!
Von: jeff [mailto:email@example.com]
Gesendet: Freitag, 6. Juni 2014 20:56
An: Julian Hensch | mhp-Architekten
Betreff: [McNeel Forum] Default Settings for rendered Viewport
The only thing I’ll add to Margaret’s comments, is that if things are taking you ages to discover or figure out, then you’re waiting too long to post a question. We probably could have saved you some time had you posted something about slow frame rates.
Also, the Rendered Mode is the only mode that has these settings on by default, and is usually used for visualization. So yes, if you plan on working on large projects and use Rendered mode as your default working mode, then you’ll probably want to keep shadows off, as well as advanced lighting…although the results will most likely look very poor quality. Perhaps a better approach would be for you to create a copy of the Rendered mode and customize that instead, but I’ll leave that up to you.