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MR indoor to outdoor transition
show user profile  toldaddy
I'm working on an animation that requires multiple transitions between indoor to outdoor environments. The problem is when I transition between the two and tweak the exposure I get a butt load of artifacts and all the sudden I'm in a friggin disco.





I have no problem setting up MR for indoor/outdoor scenes, but am stumped when it comes to the transition between the two.


If it comes down to it I can just render the outdoor and interior separately and just put them together in post, but I much prefer to learn how to do it 'for real.' Any tuts/tips in the right direction would be awesome.



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4/17/2008 11:06:34 AM (last edit: 4/17/2008 11:06:34 AM)
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