February 23, 2014, 08:35 AM
Insydium’s Mike Batchelor takes a look at how to get motion blur with X-Particles, when using the standard X-Particles material. The standard material and the physical renderer inside of Cinema 4D does not support motion blur, but the standard renderer does. This is easily handled by adding a motion blur tag, and enabling a sub-frame motion blur effect in the render settings.
Gordon sits down with Matt Villa to discuss the editing of Peter Rabbit 2 - The Runaway.
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