New answers tagged

2

It depends if you want to use only your GPU for rendering or GPU + CPU. You will have to test what gives you a better rendering performance. Using a fast GPU with a slow CPU may result in longer render times than using the GPU alone, while a combination with fast CPU may improve the performance. Currently you shouldn't use GPU + CPU rendering if you're ...


1

If you are new to Linux then go for one with the best support. That would, without doubt, be Ubuntu ... the user base is so large that it is really easy to find help. There is a dedicated Stack Exchange site at https://askubuntu.com/ if you like to search these Q&A sites. I believe they use(d) Ubuntu at the blender institute, certainly I have have ...


0

Try to run blender from your system's console, so that when it crashed we can see there what happened eventually. On windows, open you file explorer and navigate to Blender's installation folder (by default C:\Program Files\Blender Foundation\Blender). From there, click on the folder path at the top of the explorer, type in "cmd" and hit ⏎ Enter. It's ...


1

You won't be able to use GPU rendering with Cycles. Apple has deprecated OpenCL for macOS 10.14 and future releases. Since macOS won't have any updates for the OpenCL compiler and therefore no bug fixes, Blender 2.80 will no longer use OpenCL on macOS. This is documented in the manual. AMD OpenCL OpenCL is supported for GPU rendering with AMD ...


Top 50 recent answers are included