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Poser - OFFICIAL F.A.Q (Updated: 2020 May 06 10:25 am)


 Subject: What is the purpose of RenderPasses ?

infinity10 opened this issue on Oct 17, 2020 · 7 posts

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  infinity10    ( ) ( posted at 7:55AM Sat, 17 October 2020 

Uhmmm, with Superfly and Cycles Root nodes or Physically-Based Root nodes, is there any reason to use RenderPasses ?

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  Liquid_Ice    ( ) ( posted at 11:11AM Sat, 17 October 2020  · @4401675

Usually it means that each part of the render is rendered individually. For instance dof, diffuse etc you'll later compose these in a photo editing software, ie photo shop. You can blend the different canvasses using layer blends to set the mood of the picture or bring out a lot more detail. This is often called a beauty render.


  Liquid_Ice    ( ) ( posted at 11:12AM Sat, 17 October 2020  · @4401676

It's something like postwork but not per say. Also the beauty of it is, you don't have to re-render everything to change the mood or a small detail.


  CHK2033    ( ) ( posted at 1:29PM Sat, 17 October 2020 · edited on 1:36PM Sat, 17 October 2020 · @4401679

https://www.youtube.com/watch?reload=9&v=wrsvFKNgxgU&feature=emb_logo

You probably wont have everything (dont know I dont use render passes or superfly in Poser so not sure what all it outputs ) but basically this is what you do with them.

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  CHK2033    ( ) ( posted at 2:26PM Sat, 17 October 2020 · edited on 2:28PM Sat, 17 October 2020 · @4401681

BUT forgot to add, if your happy with the way your render look's and you feel there is no need to improve it even more then no I guess that's up to you, BUT no matter how good you think it looks, there's always room for improvement. renders / photos / anything.

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  infinity10    ( ) ( posted at 9:43PM Sat, 17 October 2020  · @4401691

Thanks, All. So RenderPasses is like compositing: taking renders and adjusting them at the end stage of the project, is what I gather.

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  Liquid_Ice    ( ) ( posted at 9:24PM Sun, 18 October 2020  · @4401740

Yes, but it is not like a complete picture yet. You complete the composition by pasting the different canvasses onto a new layer a d play with the settings ( curves, layer blends, color adjustments). This way you have more controle over every detail. And you can adjust everything seperately.


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