Adjusting motion blur


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Adjusting motion blur

If you'd to add motion blur to your renders when you are working with mental ray, you can find the controls for this in the Render Settings window. So, I am going to go to Window > Rendering Editors > Render Settings, and I am going to move to the Quality tab here, midway down, under the Shadows, you'll find the Motion Blur section. This is how you turn motion blur on when rendering with mental ray. You have a few choices here: Off of course is no Motion Blur. No deformation is for objects that are simply moving past the camera, like the sphere here or if the camera is moving past an object or both.

Enfold is for deformed objects, such as characters that are moving arms, character that has been rigged, joints or deformers, and now he's moving his arm or some part of body past the camera quickly. You want to use Full in that case, so that it calculates the Motion Blur correctly. Now I am going to set this to No deformation, so that is on now, and I am going to create a re...

Adjusting motion blur
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Adjusting motion blur provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Eric Keller as part of the Lighting and Rendering with mental ray in Maya

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