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C4D Texture Noise Problems

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Using Cinema4D, I have an animation, whose background texture has noise applied to it to give it the look of fine paper. When I render, the noise is appears to be animated, the black dots and what-not are jumping all over the place. I tried changing the render settings in anti-aliasing, setting the filter to animation, as someone told me it might be the cameras movement that is causing the problem. Does anyone know how I could keep this noisy texture but hide or get rid of the movement? Or do you think I am better off just finding a paper texture image and applying it as the material? Thanks.

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My "standard" settings for animation with micro textures (like small noise) is:

AntiAliasing: Best

Filter: Animation

Threshold: 20%

Min Level: 2x2

Max Level: 4x4

 

By having a higher MinLevel you can usually raise the Threshold from

the default to save rendertime.

 

Note, in the case of using real textures (bitmaps like PS, tiffs etc)

you would like to set "Sampling" to "None" (In the textures Attribute Manager)

since you don't want to mess with the aliasing twice (both in texture

and render settings).

 

This is taking care of the -textures-, shadows from lights is another issue

and is controlled in the lights ShadowMap settings (for SoftMaps that is).

 

 

Cheers

Lennart

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My "standard" settings for animation with micro textures (like small noise) is:

AntiAliasing: Best

Filter: Animation

Threshold: 20%

Min Level: 2x2

Max Level: 4x4

 

By having a higher MinLevel you can usually raise the Threshold from

the default to save rendertime.

 

Note, in the case of using real textures (bitmaps like PS, tiffs etc)

you would like to set "Sampling" to "None" (In the textures Attribute Manager)

since you don't want to mess with the aliasing twice (both in texture

and render settings).

 

This is taking care of the -textures-, shadows from lights is another issue

and is controlled in the lights ShadowMap settings (for SoftMaps that is).

 

 

Cheers

Lennart

 

Thank you very much. Very Helpful.

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