(Question) How to render large picture in parts in mandelbulber 2.20

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Offline Redjard

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« on: January 12, 2020, 09:05:46 AM »
Hi,
I want to render a picture as high res as possible.
I have managed a single picture render at 32k (more like 31k) so 16x 1920:1080, but I want more (my ram doesn't though).
I did not see any option to render in parts and when searching for this I only found help for Mandelbrot 3D.
Thus my guess would be I have to manually adjust viewpoint, field of view and maybe somthing else.
Could you help me with this?

There is no practical purose to this, I just wan't to be able to zoom around in an aliased 64k version of my new desktop background.

If you just want to see what I'm rendering or have some other advice, I'll try to attach a scaled down version of the render.

Linkback: https://fractalforums.org/noobs-corner/76/how-to-render-large-picture-in-parts-in-mandelbulber-2-20/3269/


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