Creating a lens effect glow


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Creating a lens effect glow

Now that I've assigned my material, and I've chosen my material ID, number 1, I can assign a Lens Effect. This is done through the Rendering menu under Effects. Make this window a little bit bigger, and I'm going to add a Lens Effect. I've got all these different things I can choose. Let's do Lens Effects. Say OK. I also need to add an element, because currently I don't have any elements chosen. So that means there are no Lens Effects active.

So I'll choose Glow and send this over into the right-hand side, which is the active area. So I could have lots of these things listed here. Just one glow is all I need right now. If I turn on this Interactive mode, then that means that any changes I make here will be instantly re-rendered. So I'll turn on Interactive. Now, when I make changes to my Lens Effects, they'll update immediately here. So I'm going to go into these options here. What I need to do is go into the Glow element and choose Options.

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Creating a lens effect glow
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Creating a lens effect glow provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Aaron F. Ross as part of the 3ds Max 2011 Essential Training

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3D + Animation
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3ds Max
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