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#1 louderthan11

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Posted 02 April 2012 - 09:16 PM

From what I gather--rendering to the RPF file format using Net Rendering or the Physical Renderer will not retain all the 3D meta data (z-depth, object ID, etc.) that you can usually work with using the standard render engine. Anyone have experience or knowledge to the contrary or know a work around? Cheers!

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Posted 08 April 2012 - 02:11 AM

i had the same problem with the new Physical Renderer
if you want to export z-depth, object ID.... you should use Multi-pass
but for me most the time i render with the standard render , its faster(in some cases) and you can exprt data with RPF files unless you want to use the new SSS or Physical camera
i believe this is bug and they will fix it in the next Updates
i hope this helped you mate ;)





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