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Old 03-11-2010, 09:21 PM   #1
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Hey Guys!

I tried to do some Occ render but it failed every time I started it.

API 0.0 warn 302018: type conflict: "outColor" is type color, "maya_color_to_vector" returns type vector

I tried to find some solution on the google but i gave up. They wrote to play with distance or spread.
it did not help at all.
I tried to change the bright (where Out Color was connected)...
It still stops after 16-19sec

Anyone knows what to do ?

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just dont get it!

I started all over.
This time i did not export my mesh Tank
i opened my mesh & made a simple background.

Now it works very nicely... hmmm
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try importing into a new scene
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Actually i am almost ready.
This plane thing for an occlusion render was good.

I ll post the picture in 10min

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Very nice i like it a lot!

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Is that a Fiat Panda? It looks realy nice. How do you get your renders like that. They look realy crisp. I see more people who produce these kinda renders. For example in the WIP thread, the grav-bike the renders from ctbram and the renders from tweetytunes. My renders look worse than just the model in maya. I am beter of not rendering and showing a printscreen of the model in maya haha.
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Originally posted by Johndoe050
Is that a Fiat Panda? It looks realy nice. How do you get your renders like that. They look realy crisp. I see more people who produce these kinda renders. For example in the WIP thread, the grav-bike the renders from ctbram and the renders from tweetytunes. My renders look worse than just the model in maya. I am beter of not rendering and showing a printscreen of the model in maya haha.
Watch this http://www.simply3dworld.com/movie_p...tml?tut_id=180

It's one of our free tutorials it will show you how to get a render like the one above.

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Actually Thats a Fiat Uno trubo. I did some modifications.
GO along the Video David Posted.
Its a good/short one.



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Is that a Fiat Panda? It looks realy nice. How do you get your renders like that. They look realy crisp. I see more people who produce these kinda renders. For example in the WIP thread, the grav-bike the renders from ctbram and the renders from tweetytunes. My renders look worse than just the model in maya. I am beter of not rendering and showing a printscreen of the model in maya haha.
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