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Turbo Render is designed with ease of use being a top priority. In the Turbo Render Options area, simply click enable, choose a sample pre-set to automatically set up the sample settings to the desired quality, choose the cleaning mode (combined image or clean passes), tell it what's in the scene, and render. That's it! Turbo render will then analyse the scene and other render settings to produce the final render. IMPORTANT ensure a default project cache folder for new scenes is specified in the addon preferences, and that each scene has a valid cache folder set prior to rendering. The scene's cache folder can be set at the bottom of the Turbo Render options, or in the compositor's N panel turbo tab. If you the 'User' sample pre-set, then to achieve the biggest speed gains, you should reduce your samples below what you would usually need. The cache folder must not be a relative path (a path that starts with '//'), so when setting it, make sure you uncheck the relative option in the Blender file explorer as shown below:
Blender Crashes - This could happen if there's a conflicting addon or if you've accidentally download the wrong zip file for your Blender version. First check the zip file ends with your Blender version, for example, 'blender_turbo_boost_v_2_0_5_ for blender3_1_0' is only compatible with blender 3.1.0. If you are using the correct zip file, try installing the addon after starting Blender in factory mode to ensure there are no conflicts. You can open blender with the factory start-up using the file named 'blender_factory_startup.cmd' from the blender folder. After installing Turbo Render in factory mode you can then re-install your old addons until you find the addon responsible for the conflict. Ensure that addon is turned off when using Turbo Render in future. Another possibility is that you're using E-Cycles with it's own denoiser enabled (Turbo Render is not currently tested with any engine other than Cycles, but I intend to look into ensuring full compatibility with other engines such as E-Cycles at a later date). 041b061a72