RenderMan*: The Role of Open Shading Language (OSL) with Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions

Overview

This talk focuses on the newest release in RenderMan* 22.5 and its adoption at Pixar Animation Studios* for rendering future movies. With native support for Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions, Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions 2, and Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions 512, it includes enhanced library features, debugging support, and an extensive test framework.

Resources

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