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    jeepers creepers

    Have a problem with creeping woodgrain texture on a non-moving parkbench.
    Not sure if I have a texture problem , or a camera setting prob, or render setting goof.No "E" buttons are activated, only "T"s any camera is stationary.
    On my short animation the grain moves... if I up the anti aliasing to way high , it samples in so many diff positions that the texture almost disappears.
    I'm a newby, and appreciate any help

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    I think its a moire problem, is it a picture or a procedural you use?
    Try lowering the contrast between the rings, try sizing it up a bit, try changing the direction of the texture, try changing the angle of the camera in relation of the texture. These are options you could try.
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