How to optimize Adaptive Image Rendering for your workflow

Astropad Studio 5.4 brings a huge update to the video engine it uses with the addition of a feature called Adaptive Image Rendering! 

Adaptive Image Rendering has been created to reduce artifacts and pixelation while viewing or working with high-motion content in Astropad Studio. High-motion content includes:

  • Rotating an object in Blender
  • Quickly panning within a canvas or project
  • Previewing animations
  • Scrolling web pages and projects
  • Watching and editing videos

Astropad Studio will automatically have this feature enabled and adaptively provide the best experience based on the content being displayed on your iPad. You can also select which rendering style you prefer if you find that the performance of the automatic adaptive rendering does not suit your workflow:

  • Automatic: Adaptive Image Rendering automatically analyzes and optimizes its algorithm based on the content displayed on your iPad.
  • Best for Drawing: The lowest latency setting, with the possibility of artifacts and pixelation with any high-motion content.
  • Best for High-Motion Content: Reduced artifacts and pixelation during high-motion content, with higher latency.
To make a change to your selection for Adaptive Image Rendering, open the Astropad Studio Settings within the desktop app, then click on the Performance tab.

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