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Old 05-05-2006, 03:33 AM   #1
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hi everyone:
using maya vector, How come the shadows of my models appear so noisy and unsmooth when i render.
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Old 05-05-2006, 05:13 AM   #2
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lol, whats a vector?
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maya vector is another renderer from my rendering sources. it goes maya software maya hardware mental ray maya vector
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yeah, I tend to stay away from maya vector unless I have to render a wireframe...
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I can't see the picture.. but vectors can be very cool for the web (flash) or cartoon style..

A vector is just a mathetical way to draw.. instead of pixels raster image from left to right.. They are calculations like round and color, and therefore scalable :attn:
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I click on link but no image. Redirects me back to main page.

However, if you want smoother lines you'll have to tweak on the render options some. If you still don't like it, you may have to render it as a Pre-Rendered Movie File (Full Fine Quality) rather than Real Time Flash.

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