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LaserBoss 2013年5月6日下午3:32
Overall look
I have just started working with the sfm and i love it the only thing is that the overall look is pixelated, grainy, and low res for my resolution. How do i fix?
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R234 2013年5月6日下午5:20 
It's normal. The pixelated look is because there is no anti-aliasing, besides the SJAA in progressive refinements, which doesn't render in real time. The grainy look is caused by ambient occlusion and shadows, which require a good number of DoF/motion blur samples to smooth out. When the movie gets rendered it'll look as it should.
LaserBoss 2013年5月6日下午6:16 
so how do i properly render it because i did it and i think i did something wrong.
R234 2013年5月6日下午8:40 
Well first, when you're ready to export the video, right click a viewport, and go to Display Settings. Ensure progressive refinements with all that's in it are checked, and increase the depth of field and motion blur samples. With my mid-range computer, I find the best balance between quality and render time is 64 samples of each, but I'll leave that to your discretion. You can also enable ambient occlusion if you want the effect.

Next, go to File > Export > Movie. Select an export format. The best overall is MP4, which is a decent size, but they tent to be a bit dark. AVI is only good if you plan to run it through a video editing program, since they're barely compressed, and as such are too difficult to read, let alone upload to Youtube. You shouldn't have to mess with the other settings (though it's best if you eventually get to know what they do). Click export, and wait for the layoff to be done. This can take from a few minutes to a few hours, depending on the video's length and quality settings, and your computer's speed.
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