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I`ve been experimenting with Post Effects but can`t get any effect if I try to render it ( apply camera`s Post Effect to rendering is on). Render Mode (Q) or Render to file gives me only this effect. If I set ground and lights to off, every thing is black (Background of camera is blue). I tried v13 and v14c without sucess. What I´m doing wrong??

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If I set ground and lights to off, every thing is black (Background of camera is blue).

For this particular issue, make sure the camera's Output Options > Buffers > Alpha is OFF. You set this property in the camera i the container, not in an instance of (shortcut to) that camera.

 

I don't believe the Blur Post effect blurs the Alpha Channel, so turning off the Alpha buffer may fix this issue too.

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If I set ground and lights to off, every thing is black (Background of camera is blue).

For this particular issue, make sure the camera's Output Options > Buffers > Alpha is OFF. You set this property in the camera i the container, not in an instance of (shortcut to) that camera.

 

I don't believe the Blur Post effect blurs the Alpha Channel, so turning off the Alpha buffer may fix this issue too.

 

 

Alpha is OFF everywhere - I get only a black image.

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I believe you will need something to "blur" for the "sky/background" I also wonder, if there are no lights and no objects - what is there to blur? but just the blue color?

 

You can add a rotoscope - or some dome type object to fill the "sky/background" and to be blurred

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I believe you will need something to "blur" for the "sky/background" I also wonder, if there are no lights and no objects - what is there to blur? but just the blue color?

 

You can add a rotoscope - or some dome type object to fill the "sky/background" and to be blurred

 

 

Thanks Nancy! I`ve forgotten the objekts

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