Physical Render: motion blur


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Physical Render: motion blur

When the shutter opens on a real motion picture camera, or a video camera, objects that are moving to the frame during the time that the shutter is open become blurred. This artifact is called motion blur and it's huge it making your 3D images look less computer-generated. Now before I get started, I want to say that the effects that I'm talking about are part of the Physical Render Engine, which is built into the Broadcast and Studio versions of CINEMA 4D. If you only have the Prime, you can still get motion blur, but you can't get the physically correct motion blur. The scene I have here is just a bunch of blocks that are falling down and hitting the camera and bouncing off as they come through the frame.

I'm going to park the rendering right about here and let's make this perspective view full screen. Before I get started, I want to talk about the camera, and if I go to the Physical settings on that, the only thing that we're going to be concerned with right now ...

Physical Render: motion blur
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Physical Render: motion blur provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Rob Garrott as part of the CINEMA 4D R13 New Features

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3D + Animation
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CINEMA 4D
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