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Phil Williams
Can you add motion blur selectively or is it always global?
on Dec 14, 2009 at 12:41:01 am

Does Motion allow to you to switch on motion blur just for specific layers, or does it have to be global?


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Mark Spencer
Re: Can you add motion blur selectively or is it always global?
on Dec 14, 2009 at 1:40:40 am

It's global.

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zak peric
Re: Can you add motion blur selectively or is it always global?
on Dec 14, 2009 at 8:26:47 am

It is a global thing. You could apply motion blur to objects in your projects to preview what could be motion blur. You can also solo the layer and do a render preview with motion blur on. to solo the layer first select the layer or a group then go to object and press solo. Then do a ram preview.


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Phil Williams
Re: Can you add motion blur selectively or is it always global?
on Dec 14, 2009 at 8:26:12 pm

Thanks for the responses guys, although it's not what I wanted to hear :(

I'm just about to start a project where I'd like foreground graphics to be motion-blurred while background graphics stay crisp, so I guess the only way to achieve that would be to render out the foreground graphics separately with motion blur and an alpha channel, and then composite them onto the backgrounds?


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zak peric
Re: Can you add motion blur selectively or is it always global?
on Dec 14, 2009 at 8:34:43 pm

See, you knew the answer all along.This is a good attitude to have, find a fix to a problem, implement it and move on.


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