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Rotatertot 2013年7月6日下午6:41
Depth of Field
So hey, I'm working on this video, and I wanted to know if anyone can help me out with DoF. I wanna blur out an item that is closer to the camera, instead of keeping the closer item visible and having the other further stuff blurry. Like in this lil' pictcher http://gyazo.com/368d29178737f985dfae006ac5e7fb74
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R234 2013年7月6日下午6:44 
It's simple, really. Just set your camera's focal distance so that the pink rectangle slightly clips through the object you want to be in focus, then adjust the aperture setting to get the wanted amount of blur (you have to be in clip editor mode to preview the blur though).
Rotatertot 2013年7月6日下午6:50 
http://gyazo.com/5bf888959f859a1629c68b586926d782

All I wanted to do there was make the rock that's closer to the camera blurry, and leave the rest visible. But apparently, the amazingly cute pink rectangle can't go that far ;(((
psi onix 2013年7月6日下午7:36 
right click on the focal distance preset thing and click "remap slider range" and set it higher then the cute pink rectangle will go farther.
Rotatertot 2013年7月6日下午7:37 
Awesome, thanks
psi onix 2013年7月6日下午7:39 
remapping slider ranges comes in handy for many of those procedural stuffs btw, so keep it in mind.
R234 2013年7月6日下午9:07 
Like Psi said. As a little side note, I recently took the habit of setting my camera's focal distance to 1000 before creating an animation set for it, that way the slider usually goes far enough without having to remap it. Less hassle this way in my opinion ;)
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