Considering quality versus speed


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Considering quality versus speed

Let's talk about quality and reflection. So if you look closely, you will see that this surface is pretty noisy. You particularly notice that when we put the Transparency down to zero and started blurring out our reflection. That's where we really saw a lot of noise in our ray-traced reflections. If you want to get rid of that, you need to go into your Compositions Settings. The shortcut is just to go ahead and click on this Renderer button up here; that will take you straight to the Advanced tab.

Underneath the Options button, there is a pop-up for different anti-aliasing filters. You can see where this edge is little crunchy right here-- if you are having trouble with jaggy edges, you might want to try different anti-aliasing--but also Ray-tracing Quality. The more raise you have, the better the quality, but also the longer the render times. A Ray-tracing Quality of 3 is basically a box of three across and three down, or 9 rays inside that box. And as you see, that's fairly noi...

Considering quality versus speed
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Considering quality versus speed provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Chris Meyer as part of the After Effects CS6 New Features

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