I am trying to produce some publication quality graphics with Mathematica 11.3 on Windows 10 using two NVIDIA GTX970 cards.
I have set
Highest Quality in the Preferences dialog.
This produced no human-observable difference between the quality using
Antialiasing->False on a 4K monitor.
My questions are:
- Does Mathematica reserve CUDA capable GPU cards for CUDA code (even when CUDA is not used) or can it use the graphics cards for Antialiasing?
- If Mathematica can use graphics cards for graphics, what are the
Graphics3Ddirectives and Mathematica settings to enable Antialiasing?
- Are there any third-party books that discuss creating publication-quality graphics in Mathematica?
I have gone through a number of postings and the most promising solution involves exporting the image to a format that can be rendered in Blender.