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Marco Tempest
How to turn antialiasing off?
on Oct 29, 2008 at 9:48:06 pm

I am working on a project that requires precise pixel mapping of small am=nimations to LED displays.

I need to create animations without any antialiasing added in by motion. Here are the things can not get to work:

- How can antialiasing be globally turned off for rendering?
- How can I constrain all objects to per pixel movements only (no sub-pixel positioning)

Thanks for any eductated input on this.






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david bogie
Re: How to turn antialiasing off?
on Oct 30, 2008 at 5:48:02 pm

Antialiasing is a function of the rendering engine. I know of no way to turn it off but you can use a more restrictive codec or you can use a grid-style or mosaic filter that has adjustable thresholds. That is, you can have a grid element that is either on or off but it can't be gray.

In After Effects, I'd probably use Ball Action. See the AE tutorials for the Jumbotron effect for some guidance there. Might give you an idea of how you can do this in Motion.

Hope you get better advice.

bogiesan

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Marco Tempest
Re: How to turn antialiasing off?
on Nov 1, 2008 at 11:47:56 pm

"Antialiasing is a function of the rendering engine."
I was of this answer... a post compositing filter hack will not cut it for me.
now firing up in booth camp and loading Digital Fusion to the rescue :-(
thanks for the help



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