LQ and HQ Templates difference


LQ and HQ Templates difference
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What exactly is the difference between LQ and HQ in the templates in LDCad?
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RE: LQ and HQ Templates difference
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(2019-07-19, 17:54)JohannĀ Eisner Wrote: What exactly is the difference between LQ and HQ in the templates in LDCad?

The HQ ones use the 'deform' method to generate the shapes. This results in closed meshes which can be rendered photo realistic. This method can cause a very large file size though.

The LQ ones use overlapping fragments. TheseĀ  will render faster and at a distance (e.g. in instructions) the difference isn't really noticeable. But at closeup holes and raw edges will be visible.
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(2019-07-19, 18:55)RolandĀ Melkert Wrote: The HQ ones use the 'deform' method to generate the shapes. This results in closed meshes which can be rendered photo realistic. This method can cause a very large file size though.

The LQ ones use overlapping fragments. TheseĀ  will render faster and at a distance (e.g. in instructions) the difference isn't really noticeable. But at closeup holes and raw edges will be visible.
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Ah OK thanks.
Then it's The best to take LQ and only for visible things (when rendering) the HQ to not get such big files.
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