Author Topic: Terragen Strata Ani  (Read 1837 times)

Offline miqtidar

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Terragen Strata Ani
« on: October 12, 2012, 08:57:31 PM »
Hey Guys here is my first video to Terragen Animation section.

I never had the CPU power to render it after buying the new I7 PC finally I manage to render it.

Kindly turn HD On for good quality.

Here is the setting of the file.
Number of frame 72
Atmosphere sample = 40
Quality Detail = 0.75
AA = 13 (Ray trace objects checked)
Pixel Filter= Mitchell-Net
Detail Blending = 1
Displacement filter =1
Microvertex jittering (checked)
Lock subdiv to 36
Do ray trace shadows (checked)
Gi Relative Detail =2
Gi Relative Quality = 2
Gi Blur Radius =8
Read Gi cache to (Interpolate for animation) Number of files to blend 3 in whole Sequence.
3 Gi cache files were rendered for whole sequence.
Thanks For oshyn to help me in this render.
Details are on this on this link.

Thanks for watching.

« Last Edit: November 17, 2012, 09:22:08 PM by miqtidar »

Offline Henry Blewer

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Re: Terragen Strata Ani
« Reply #1 on: October 13, 2012, 12:24:43 PM »
This is not too bad for your first anim. I think the cliff would benefit from some more displacement/s. If you add a compute terrain after the fractal terrain (using the node area), you can get some really nice lateral displacement. Stretch the power fractal noise on the x and z axis some. The stretching of the noise will help make convincing layers. The key to using a power fractal here is to get the smallest scale he right size. If it is too small, you'll only get noise, not the layered effect for a cliff face.

I hope this helps. You can PM me if you like.
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Offline miqtidar

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Re: Terragen Strata Ani
« Reply #2 on: October 15, 2012, 09:31:38 PM »
Thanks njeneb it is nice suggestion.

I will give it try when time permits.

Thanks alot