Now I know... why I did this last month... ;D ;D ;D
Even a 12000x6000 is already finished - but I think a 210 MB bpm
or 12 MB jpg is not the pefect upload size here ;D
There should be 5 more POVs? Hope I'll have enough time!
And also I am not sure if perhaps one of my many animation projects are ideally suited for 360° views - the Viper and R2 D2 in the desert eg.?
And must the 6 POVs be submitted at once? or can they be submitted step by step?
You don't need to render that many viewpoints, unless you want to.
The rules say:
Choose between 1 and 5 locations (camera positions) in your scene. The judges are more likely to chose entries that demonstrate that they have multiple locations which could be turned into 360-degree views, not just a single location. However, single-location scenes are also allowed, so don't be afraid to submit a scene even if it only has one location.
The "views" should all be from the same scene, if you choose to do more than 1 "view" in a scene. But you can also submit *multiple separate scenes*.
Sorry Matt, my mistake- I read the rules but I have mistaken a word:
It's written "Choose between 1 and 5 locations (camera positions) in your scene."
I read: "Choose between 1 or 5 locations (camera positions) in your scene."
A second one is absolutely possible but 5 would have been too much.
It's because even if you would render the big versions, I want do render it once on my own to check that (most) of the details are ok. E.g. I very often had nice looking 1280x720 renders but in 1920x1080 they look catastrophic.
Oshyan, that's interesting, thanks for the information.
An incredible array of items and very well placed!!!