The scene effects panel has controls for antialiasing, foreground, depth of field, motion blur, and background color.
AntialiasingThis feature allows you to toggle antialiasing of the scene off and on. This helps when a texture begins flickering because of the denseness of pixels trying to be rendered within an area. So when a plane is at an extreme angle to the camera and you begin to see flickering, antialiasing can blur those pixels and relieve the flickering.
ForegroundThis allows the user to turn off all virtual objects in front of the camera plane, to reduce render time in large scenes.
Depth of FieldA value of 1.0 is physically correct. Setting the value to 0 removes this feature from the rendering pipeline.
Adjusting Depth of Field will react with any follow focus control you have.
Motion BlurA value of 1.0 is physically correct. Setting the value to 0 removes this feature from the rendering pipeline.
Motion Blue affects the motion blur of virtual objects when moving the camera or using Prelink animation.
Background ColorClick the colored swatch next to Background Color to adjust the background color that will appear where the foreground is keyed out and the CG background ends.
59.94i Rendering SettingsRendering 59.94i interlaced video is very demanding, as the entire 3D scene has to be rendered 59.94 times per second. When using video backgrounds, however, there is usually not a need for antialiasing or motion blur.
Suggested 59.94i Rendering Settings:
- Antialiasing disabled
- Depth of Field scale: 1
- Motion Blur Scale: 0