[Bf-committers] Peach feature wishlist - earn eternal fame, fortune, and of course movie credits :)
Brecht Van Lommel
brechtvanlommel at pandora.be
Sat Dec 15 18:04:36 CET 2007
Great idea to try it out in the node editor! I'm not sure what the best location is. Doing it in the world settings as part of the render process has two advantages:
- It can work together correctly with reflections, ambient occlusion, .. and possibly other lighting and texturing features.
- It does not suffer from aliasing problems due to the z-buffer not being anti-aliased in the compositor (the colors in a pixel are a mix of colors at multiple depths).
I think of this as a lighting feature, and that feels like something that should be part of the renderer. Though if nodes offer more flexibility that could be interesting too, but what sort of flexibility are you thinking of?
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>Van: Hamed Zaghaghi [mailto:hamed.zaghaghi at gmail.com]
>Verzonden: zaterdag, december 15, 2007 07:59 AM
>Aan: 'bf-blender developers'
>Onderwerp: Re: [Bf-committers] Peach feature wishlist - earn eternal fame, fortune, and of course movie credits :)
>i implemented atmosphere scattering with node editor to check the formulas,
>and now i want to add it in blender.
>you can find .blend file and a video from its effect here:
>but i have a question about the location of this feature, if it goes in
>world setting, it can not be flexible, but if it added to node editor it can
>be more flexible than world setting, please let me know where is the best.
>On Dec 15, 2007 9:07 AM, Joe Eagar <joeedh at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I think they mean if sound isn't compiled in.
>> Alexander Ewering wrote:
>> > On Fri, 14 Dec 2007, Tom M wrote:
>> >> The peachers have started adding wishes to their list,
>> >> http://wiki.blender.org/index.php/Bf-institute/PeachFeatures
>> > I have a question regarding this feature:
>> > - Make the "Sync" button work when sound is disabled, Animators use this
>> as a
>> > way to play animations at the right speed, could be renamed to "Drop
>> > and work even when blender built without audio enabled.
>> > What is the problem with just turning the volume knob down? I mean, the
>> > frames feature even works if there is no audio strip in the sequencer --
>> > why would one recode it to use some other timing reference (now it uses
>> > sample clock from the sound driver)?
>> > Alexander Ewering
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