To use One Shot Radiance on a PBRT scene, set the integrator field to
iispt (naming discrepancies are due to project name changes that are not reflected in the code).
The integrator current does not have additional parameters.
Rendering can be launched by using the main launcher
By default the output will be
Other command line arguments can be used to specify the output filename (from which the output file format is deduced), for example
bin/pbrt scene.pbrt out.pfm
The target rendering quality for One Shot Radiance can be set on the command line. To set 32 indirect illumination tasks, and 16 direct illumination samples per pixel:
bin/pbrt scene.pbrt --iileIndirect=32 --iileDirect=16
Reference mode can be used to generate training data from a scene (in case you want to re-train the network with custom data).
To enable the reference mode, set the reference tiling subdivisions to anything greater than 0.
Set the number of path tracing samples per pixel for the ground truth examples as well.
Reference resume option will automatically detect previously half-finished reference generation and attempt
to continue from where it was left. This means you can safely Ctrl-C a reference generation
session without losing too much work. Set Reference Resume to 0 to force re-generating everything.
The output of the reference data is in the
out directory from where the scenefile was.
bin/pbrt scene.pbrt --reference=20 --reference_samples=4096 --reference_resume=1