Whenever I open a new instance of Nebula, the Kernal page says zero kernels and I have to manually change it to 10. So, first part of question, why is that? Even saving Nebuala,closing then re opening, the kernels are set at 0.
Secondly, if you select a full kernel program while rendering, lets say with Nebulaman, and kernels actually default to zero whenever switching programs as I mentioned, will the file be rendered with full kernels, or zero? thanks.
0 is the default and allows every available kernel in a given preset to be used. When you change it from 0 to any other number, that's the limit then imposed on kernels being used. So if you change it to 2, then only two will be used.
Interesting, thanks for that. However, if thats the case whats the difference between 10 compared to 0? Both should then equal max kernels as I believe max kernels in a full program will be 10 or so...
There are some 11 programs but when it comes to this parameter you have to think in terms of future use. At the point where we go beyond 11 kernels, you see, then 0 and any number below its default kernel count AND beyond its default count would be different than "0".