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Old 18-11-2009, 11:23 PM   #1
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Hello, I am doing a project which i need to comp together for tomorrow. I cant find a way to render a velocity pass. I was told about a mental ray material called mia_velocity or something simular. Can anyone please suggest anything? I'm working in maya 2010 and it is a character moving through a room. There is no other movement in the room.

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you want motion blur?
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I finally found the material i needed but not sure how to control the values. The material is mib_texture_vector1Material

Does anyone know what values i should be tweaking?
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what are you comping in? I would do the motion blur in 2D, its faster if you need this comped for tomorrow.
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