We are continuing the computer performance topic by using Bryce scene render. Let's see how to do so with the system based on the Quad core CPU.
Bryce application starting from version 6.1 by default is using two of four cores (Normal mode) and you have to change Bryce settings to activate all four cores as shown on the picture below, to select Priority High option.
Next before the rendering process, you must set up the options as shown.
Then once you click on the big ball (Render) left side of the the interface, and wait when rendering is complete. The rendering is over when the system window with results is open.
The largest figure represents parameter that you want to evaluate the speed of CPU.
In fact, it is the rendering time of the scene, shown in minutes and seconds.
The project of test scene for Bryce (version 5 by Corel) can be taken here: