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zdepth in 3delight

zdepth in 3delight

Hello Atom,
I am new to 3delight as i’ve been using m.ray for a long, long time. I was wounding if u have a moment to explain in the basic terms how to set up z depth that would give me optimal results in 3Dlight ? Any help would be much appreciated.
With Respect Dantes.

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Hi Dantes, who is atom? apologies in answering your email so late
try this.

1) select in secondary Displays in 3delight renderpass – Display AOV – luminance depth
2) set the far clip plane close enough under the camera attributes to a suitable distance. maybe the distance of the furthest geometry.
……….. or
or use a 32bit z pass and extract the data you need in your compositing tool – you have much more control 🙂 – swag

2 comments for “zdepth in 3delight

  1. swag
    December 14, 2008 at 11:26 pm

    or use a 32bit z pass and extract the data you need in your compositing tool – you have much more control 🙂

  2. luke
    December 15, 2008 at 5:29 pm

    nice swag

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