Started by MrHooper, April 13, 2010, 10:19:52 am
Quote from: chris_422 on April 27, 2010, 09:43:08 am...Also, when I absolutely have no choice, and have to deliver, I have been known to put the sequence through after effects or Nuke and render back out with frame blending....
QuoteThis frame blending does it look like kind of a blur efect ?
Quote from: chris_422 on April 27, 2010, 11:50:42 amQuoteThis frame blending does it look like kind of a blur efect ?There is usually a slight softening, but nothing dramatic as its interpolating between frames not applying any form of blur. (My clients and art directors never notice One shot recently, went thought several iterations of blending that also helped reduce flicker on some very distant clouds.Again, no one noticed between my test frames and the animation that it had been through this process.
Quote from: Oshyan on May 02, 2010, 12:38:02 amI don't think that would resolve the GI flickering, although perhaps with a larger sampling area it would help? I doubt the render time cost would be worth it though. With having to reduce the GI detail (and overall detail) to save render time with the larger size, any improvement in GI would probably be a "wash" anyway.- Oshyan