Render Settings Overview

You can fine tune the NVIDIA Omniverse RTX™ Renderer renderer’s behavior using a variety of rendering settings, which can help you balance quality and performance depending on your needs.

There are four groups of render settings that affect the NVIDIA Omniverse RTX™ Renderer renderer:

Common Rendering Settings

Settings common to all RTX render modes, affecting areas such as scene geometry, materials or lights.

Post Processing Render Settings

Post Processing effects such as tone mapping, color correction, and motion blur.

RTX Real-Time Settings

Settings controlling the RTX Real-Time mode.

RTX Interactive (Path Tracing) Settings

Settings controlling the RTX Interactive (Path-Tracing) mode.

RTX Accurate (Iray) Settings

Settings controlling the RTX Accurate (IRay) mode.

Note

Render settings are based on the Viewport Render Mode.

Render Settings are accessed from the menu bar under Rendering > Render Settings. From the Render Settings panel, you can access the settings for each render mode. Each render mode will be listed in tab form and displays the relevant settings when selected.

RTX Settings

To switch between RTX Real-Time, RTX Path-Tracing, and RTX Ground-Truth, select the render mode from the viewport render-mode dropdown.

The Common and Post Processing settings are available for all modes.

Persistent Settings

Whenever render settings are adjusted in a scene, all render settings are saved with the scene for convenience.

Save Settings

Users can save and load their rendering preferences.

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Save Render Settings

Saving render settings allows you to re-use the render settings later in current or other scene.

  1. In the render tab Click the Hamburger to the far right of Renderer Selection.

  2. Select Save Settings

  3. Choose a Location to Save

  4. Select Save

Load Render Settings

Loading render settings will load a Render Settings file and adjust render settings accordingly.

  1. In the render tab Click the Hamburger to the far right of Renderer Selection.

  2. Select Save Settings

  3. Choose a Previously Saved File

  4. Select Load

Reset Render Settings

Resetting the Render Settings allows users to reset the render settings to default values.

  1. In the render tab Click the Hamburger to the far right of Renderer Selection.

  2. Select Reset Settings