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    Vignette'd renders

    Hi there,
    Need help!

    I'm rendering a line version of a model. Problem is that the renders come out with a vignette which I really don't want. The vignette isn't there on VPN. I suspect the issue may come from applying a 'vertigo' effect to the camera.

    I've probably been too vague, so anything you need to know to help me out, ask away

    Cheers

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    Tim Parsons
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    Sauder Woodworking Co.

    http://www.sauder.com

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    Sadly, because it's an official commission I can't upload my actual render...but I can make something like, for reference.

    This is what I need it to look like (as it does in VPN):
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    This is what comes out like:
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    I suspect it has everything to do with the 'vertigo' effect that has to be applied to the camera/render BUT I only learnt how to do that 2 days (https://youtu.be/tbgAHTzyXzs)

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    Quote Originally Posted by vortexvisuals View Post
    I suspect it has everything to do with the 'vertigo' effect that has to be applied to the camera/render BUT I only learnt how to do that 2 days (https://youtu.be/tbgAHTzyXzs)
    Hi,
    if you use the "Real Lens Camera" it might be come from the "Irradiance falloff" settings (Real Lens Camera properties). Change it to 0.

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    Thomas
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    I use two pieces of the three-piece application with mocap module.

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    Oh my god, Thomas, thank you SO much! That was it

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