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23/10/2016 13:44:51

unlimitedmagic
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Here's a cool way to show a beam of light as if it were in a smoky room. Download the Muvizu SET file.


edited by unlimitedmagic on 23/10/2016
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23/10/2016 14:39:54

ziggy72Muvizu mogulExperimental user
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You know, if that was rendered out as a separate layer, you could then add a transparency gradient to it before you composite it back into the shot, which would look rather good...
edited by ziggy72 on 23/10/2016
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23/10/2016 17:41:10

PatMarrNCMuvizu mogul
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great ideas, guys!
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23/10/2016 17:55:34

unlimitedmagic
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ziggy72 wrote:
You know, if that was rendered out as a separate layer, you could then add a transparency gradient to it before you composite it back into the shot, which would look rather good...
edited by ziggy72 on 23/10/2016


If you right click on the mesh, there are also transparency sliders you can adjust but it won't give you the gradient like you suggest. I had put this on the Store around a month ago and haven't seen a few models make it up there. I used to have them up almost a day later.
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23/10/2016 17:57:49

MrDrWho13Muvizu mogulExperimental user
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unlimitedmagic wrote:
I had put this on the Store around a month ago and haven't seen a few models make it up there. I used to have them up almost a day later.

Maybe there's a problem with the upload system. Best to take it up with support: http://www.muvizu.com/Support
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23/10/2016 18:08:13

unlimitedmagic
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I might have screwed it up by clicking on Private instead of Public. Will try again and if it doesn't work this time will contact support.

Thanks!
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