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Matthew Boutros
Continually Rasterizing WITHOUT Collapsing Transformations
on Jan 29, 2020 at 12:40:09 am
Last Edited By Matthew Boutros on Jan 29, 2020 at 12:46:41 am

I want to make my vector smooth and crisp within a pre-comp, without doing all the other stuff that Continually Rasterize does like bringing the effects and 3D information in.

Hard to explain but here's a quick video example of my problem: Here

If there's no fix for this, I literally have no way of doing this super simple shot.
Thanks so much!

nourishingmedia.com


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Greg Gesch
Re: Continually Rasterizing WITHOUT Collapsing Transformations
on Jan 29, 2020 at 2:05:06 am

Mmmmm? Do you have a camera in the precomp?


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Matthew Boutros
Re: Continually Rasterizing WITHOUT Collapsing Transformations
on Jan 29, 2020 at 3:19:04 am

Yes - all my scenes have a lot of camera panning through 3D space.

nourishingmedia.com


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Cassius Marques
Re: Continually Rasterizing WITHOUT Collapsing Transformations
on Jan 29, 2020 at 12:47:09 pm

On that specific case you can't fix it because the distortion you're using takes into consideration the resolution of your pixels. It would change every frame that the layer changed its rasterization (and sub-sequentially its alpha).

What you should do is create a composition with a resolution big enough to your needs, then apply the distortion and if you're not animating I'd suggest you to render each one out to .png since distortion effects tend to increase render times.

Cassius Marques
http://www.zapfilmes.com


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Matthew Boutros
Re: Continually Rasterizing WITHOUT Collapsing Transformations
on Jan 29, 2020 at 10:08:10 pm

I was really really hoping that wasn't the answer, but it looks like you're probably right. Such a shame, the info is all there! I will almost have to start the compositing from scratch.

Thanks so much for the feedback.

nourishingmedia.com


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