logo80lv
Articlesclick_arrow
Professional Services
Research
Talentsclick_arrow
Events
Workshops
Aboutclick_arrow
Order outsourcing
Advertiseplayer
profile_loginLogIn

Blender 4.2's Eevee VS Cycles: Performance & Use Cases Explored

In his latest video, SouthernShotty presents an in-depth analysis of Eevee 2.0 and Cycles, comparing their strengths and weaknesses to help you choose the right rendering engine.

The launch of the new version of Eevee-Next within Blender 4.2 has sparked an intriguing discussion in the 3D community: is there a chance that this improved real-time rendering engine could replace Cycles?

SouthernShotty, a popular 3D Artist and tutorial-maker, has released a new video, delving into the capabilities, improvements, and potential implications of Eevee 2.0, comparing it directly with Cycles to evaluate their respective strengths and weaknesses.

Eevee 2.0 brings significant upgrades, offering near real-time rendering speeds with improved lighting and shadow fidelity, which makes it a tempting option for many projects. However, Cycles, known for its path-tracing capabilities that provide photorealistic results, holds its ground in scenarios where ultimate realism is paramount.

Learn about use cases, performance benchmarks, and see visual quality comparisons between Eevee 2.0 and Cycles in this thorough analysis, and check out recent SouthernShotty's video on another exciting Blender 4.2 feature, Ray Portal node:

If you missed this news, take a look at a few curious Ray Portal node use examples with Azure Rod's recreation of Doctor Who's TARDIS and Hans Chiu's camera lens aberration:

Don't forget to join our 80 Level Talent platform and our Telegram channel, follow us on InstagramTwitterLinkedInTikTok, and Reddit, where we share breakdowns, the latest news, awesome artworks, and more. 

Join discussion

Comments 0

    You might also like

    We need your consent

    We use cookies on this website to make your browsing experience better. By using the site you agree to our use of cookies.Learn more