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Kreatywna KrowaWorse quality of my 3d models after "scene setup".
by on Oct 13, 2015 at 10:01:44 pm

Why always my 3D models looks like bad? Non-realistic like in the preview in Element 3D scene setup?
I can see very nice, lighting model always in that place as "scene setup". But when I select my model and click "OK" I never get the same quality of shadings, lighting etc. So my models always looks like bad.

Is there any trick to get the same quality like in scene setup mode?

I am using ELEMENT 3D plug-in.


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Ashish GuptaRe: Worse quality of my 3d models after "scene setup".
by on Oct 14, 2015 at 7:29:59 am

Element doesn't carry the lighting you choose in the scene setup to your comp.

For eg. you selected Natural lighting in the scene setup and your model is looking amazing, when you come to the composition the lighting isn't carried. You need to select the same lighting from the Element's render settings-lighting.

Ashish Gupta
Motiongraphics artist and 3d generalist

aashi.29nov@gmail.com


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Kreatywna KrowaRe: Worse quality of my 3d models after "scene setup".
by on Oct 14, 2015 at 6:01:23 pm

Okey Ashish. But would you be so kind and show me what exactly option is for changing a light position?
I mean that "the brightness point" visible of our 3D model?
I am asking because I would like to move that point on my model in After Effects "timeline wiev" (in that basic place, after closing "scene setup"). I try to find this many times but I can't figure out what exactly is an option for do that.

Can you show me? I need to now only that important thing but I still can't find it.


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Ashish GuptaRe: Worse quality of my 3d models after "scene setup".
by on Oct 16, 2015 at 8:24:47 am

There is no option to control the position of the light setup as far as i know, you can change the rotation of the lighting setup under Render settings-Lighting-Additional lighting-Rotation to achieve a specific look.

You can also check use comp lights, if you want to control the position.

Ashish Gupta
Motiongraphics artist and 3d generalist

aashi.29nov@gmail.com


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