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Forum: Advanced Work in Progress (WIP) 11th June 2019
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Posted By Cinemike
For the mirror I'd use a black standard material...

For the mirror I'd use a black standard material with white reflections and an IOR of 1000. Worked for me so far. For bigger metallic mirrors I used a very subtle and largely scaled bump to get...
Forum: Advanced Work in Progress (WIP) 10th June 2019
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Posted By Cinemike
I hope I could help a bit :) Good luck with...

I hope I could help a bit :)
Good luck with your project!

You don't have to remove the whole protection tag, you need to uncheck the R(otation) protection only, so the camera can actually follow...
Forum: Advanced Work in Progress (WIP) 9th June 2019
Replies: 26
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Posted By Cinemike
Yes, of course you can upload the scene. If you...

Yes, of course you can upload the scene. If you want to, send the link to m.auerbach@web.de ( I get so much spam, posting my adress here won't make much of a difference ^^).
It probably would not...
Forum: Advanced Work in Progress (WIP) 9th June 2019
Replies: 26
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Posted By Cinemike
Always going back to this scene (preview still...

Always going back to this scene (preview still open in my browser).
What a powerful image!
Forum: Advanced Work in Progress (WIP) 9th June 2019
Replies: 26
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Posted By Cinemike
It is a beautiful scene idea! The result is...

It is a beautiful scene idea!
The result is going to be a very nice one.
I still wonder why the MB affects her face so much.
Forum: Advanced Work in Progress (WIP) 8th June 2019
Replies: 26
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Posted By Cinemike
Oh, your mac has pretty nice specs. Good luck!

Oh, your mac has pretty nice specs.
Good luck!
Forum: Advanced Work in Progress (WIP) 8th June 2019
Replies: 26
Views: 1,309
Posted By Cinemike
Getting the desired perspective is a bit tricky...

Getting the desired perspective is a bit tricky due to the target tag. You need to move up/down the camera and use heavy offsets in X and Y to get there. Can't be helped, I am afraid, unless somebody...
Forum: Advanced Work in Progress (WIP) 7th June 2019
Replies: 26
Views: 1,309
Posted By Cinemike
In the attached scene, you have 2 cameras. ...

In the attached scene, you have 2 cameras.

MB1 follows the object from the outside and only gets the target object sharp. With film offset x and y you can get the composition like you want it.
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Forum: Advanced Work in Progress (WIP) 7th June 2019
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Posted By Cinemike
I got another idea: place the camera as a child...

I got another idea: place the camera as a child of the moving object (the lady), so it does not change its position during the animation. Should prevent blurring her.

It's like mounting a...
Forum: Advanced Work in Progress (WIP) 7th June 2019
Replies: 26
Views: 1,309
Posted By Cinemike
If you want the face the sharpest, target her...

If you want the face the sharpest, target her face but move the film offsets until you like the image composition (hip center, for example).
Forum: Advanced Work in Progress (WIP) 6th June 2019
Replies: 26
Views: 1,309
Posted By Cinemike
Just tried it myself, need to investigate what's...

Just tried it myself, need to investigate what's going on.

PS
Seems to be working. How nice it would have been to have the film offset settings with my old camera!
Forum: Advanced Work in Progress (WIP) 6th June 2019
Replies: 26
Views: 1,309
Posted By Cinemike
Do you actually focus and target your camera on...

Do you actually focus and target your camera on the very object you want to have sharp at all times? Like with a target tag and the object entered in the focus object slot of the camera? It must...
Forum: Advanced Work in Progress (WIP) 5th June 2019
Replies: 26
Views: 1,309
Posted By Cinemike
Google translate wasn't very clear about your...

Google translate wasn't very clear about your question (it reads: "A question concerns motion blur, can you, for example, run a horse mill, and have the chosen camera frame sharp? Found everything,...
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