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  04 April 2014
Unhappy About VUE Rendering of the sun

HI, I want to ask about sun's renderig of VUE.
I tried to make the sky image by VUE.
I want to make keeping the lighting but without the sun ( corona and glow etc... ).
but small the sun is visible still in the image. it's like a star.
I tried to off the corona parameter and off the Glow parameter by the atmosphere editor.
but still visible.
How can I make the sky image without the sun ??
 
  04 April 2014
Do you mean that you just don't want the sun in your sky image?
All you need to do is change the Sun's azimuth until you have moved it out of view; or highlight the sun in the object browser and check the "point at camera" box; then you can select it in the viewport and just drag it out of view [you must have "Point at camera" checked or moving the sun in the viewport does nothing].
I hope that this is the info you were after; if not, try to be clearer with your question and I'll try again.
Good luck!
Erwin
 
  04 April 2014
Originally Posted by koke722: HI, I want to ask about sun's renderig of VUE.
I tried to make the sky image by VUE.
I want to make keeping the lighting but without the sun ( corona and glow etc... ).
but small the sun is visible still in the image. it's like a star.
I tried to off the corona parameter and off the Glow parameter by the atmosphere editor.
but still visible.
How can I make the sky image without the sun ??

Instead of the Sky, Fog, Haze tab, use the Sun tab to turn off the sun and corona visibility.
 
  04 April 2014
Unhappy Thanks reply.

Thanks All. I'm happy the reply.
I explain about details of my problem.

http://koke722.cgsociety.org/art/fo...ture-2d-1174540

this image is sample ( use the default sky )

At first, in the Atmosphere editor
I changed size of the sun and size of the corona 0% in the Sun tab
and I changed the Pitch to 50.00.

Next, I go to the sky, Fog and Haze Tab.
I changed the Glow intensity to 0%.

in the Render option setting,
Panoramaic View and soherical render is tune on.
image size is 1024*512
(the sun's position will be the center of image)

that's it.


Main camera view seems like nothing the sun.
but when I checked the rendered image,
the images still include the tiny the sun....

attachment file sky image the left is corona 20%
right image is the setting 0%.

Are there any more setting should I do ?
sorry I'm not good at English....
Thanks for reply.
 
  04 April 2014
Unhappy Thanks reply

Thanks All. I'm happy the reply.
I explain about details of my problem.


http://koke722.cgsociety.org/art/fo...ture-2d-1174540

this image is sample ( use the default sky )

At first,in the Atmosphere editor
I changed size of the sun and size of the corona 0%
in the Sun tab and I changed the Pitch to 50.00.

Next, I go to the sky, Fog and Haze Tab.
I changed the Glow intensity to 0%.

in the Render option setting,
Panoramaic View and soherical render is tune on.
image size : 1024*512
(the sun's position will be the center of image)

that's All.

Main camera view seems like nothing the sun.
but when I checked the rendered image,
the images still include the tiny the sun..

sky image of the links file
the left is corona 20%
right image is the setting 0%.

Are there any more setting should I do ?
sorry I'm not good at English..
Thanks for reply.
 
  04 April 2014
That's interesting. Export the sky image. Erase the sun. Then import the sky picture as backdrop maybe.
 
  04 April 2014
OK,
I must be missing something; isn't the image on the right [corona set to 0% - as per Shawn's suggestion] what you want?
That is, you have the lighting but not the sun?
Oops; I just tried it and....... I really need to clean my monitor..............
I've tried everything I know of [which is limited, but you do what you can]; I think it's time for Photoshop!
Just clone it outta there!..............
If anyone else has any ideas - please let us know - we can always learn more..............
Good luck.
Erwin
 
  04 April 2014
I cleaned my monitor, too. Now I see a dot. But I prefer a Sun in my sky for realism.
 
  04 April 2014
Yeah, but if he wants no sun, he wants no sun - even if it is a really tiny-arse dot.
I'm sure that there is a way to get this effect without seeing the sun; we just don't know what that is.
I mean, you have to enable lens-flare for every other light, so that you can actually see it; surly, there must be something similar for the sun itself..............
And, no, dis/enabling lens flares for the sun makes a difference as this appears to be a unique light source...........
With that in mind,; I tried something else.....
Make a copy of the sun, move it a bit, and if it has the same properties as the original sun, I should end up with two, "tiny-arse" dots.
But NO! There's only one! The ORIGINAL SUN! The copy is invisible!
OK, let's delete the original sun.....
The copy takes over the lighting..................and............becomes that stupid tin-arsed dot!!
F@#$%!*&!.............etc..........
I also tried creating another directional light, moving it to the same location as the sun and finally deleting the sun, leaving the new directional light to do the lighting.
Basically, it just became the new sun and is still visible as that little dot....
I'm outta ideas..................for now.
 
  04 April 2014
The version I have (9.5) doesn't use a physical sun for one thing. It is a totally fake sun. Just a circle filled in is all. And it is point-able at the camera (beyond fakeness).

What's worse though is the reflection/transparency setting of materials. Don't combine the two.
 
  07 July 2014
Thanks everyone

Hi everyone ! I'm sorry too late reply. and
Thank you for try to solve a this problem.
actually I haven't solve yet ...
but I'm feel good and thanks , I could understand this problem
not only me.
Thanks for many reply !
 
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