Join George Maestri for an in-depth discussion in this video Using Motion Blur, part of Maya 2015 Essential Training.
…Whenever you photograph an object that is…moving, you'll get some degree of motion blur.…Now, the amount of motion blur will depend on how fast…the object is moving and how much the shutter is open.…Now, we can simulate this effect in Maya using motion blur as well.…Now, we get to motion blur in the render settings window.…We go into Render Settings > Quality, you'll see that we have a Motion Blur tab.…Now, we can turn this on or off, and when we turn it on, we can turn it on…to No Deformation, which is basically for solid objects that are not changing shape.…
Or Full, and that actually gives you a…more accurate motion blur for all types of objects.…I typically will turn it on to Full, which will increase render time.…Now, in addition to this, we have number of Motion Steps, which…is how many times it will sample the object in between frames.…So, you may want to sample it more than just once, which would be in the middle.…So, typically I'll turn this up to at least four, maybe even more.…And then we get Motion Blur By, which is a multiplying…
- Getting familiar with the Maya interface
- Creating hierarchies and layers
- Creating polygonal objects
- Working with subdivision surfaces
- Extruding a mesh
- Smoothing geometry
- Lofting and extruding with the NURBS curves tools
- Converting NURBS to polygons
- Creating and applying texture maps
- Applying UV mapping
- Adding lights and cameras to a scene
- Creating realistic effects such as depth of field
- Batch rendering
- Animating in Maya
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started in Maya 2015
2. Organizing Maya Scenes
3. Creating Polygonal Models
4. Editing Meshes
5. Refining Meshes
6. NURBS Modeling Techniques
7. Refining NURBS Models
8. Creating Materials
9. Applying Textures
10. Rendering in Maya
11. Animating in Maya
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