Blocky rendering and weird artefacts, help!

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  08 August 2012
Blocky rendering and weird artefacts, help!


Using Softimage and mr to render, all with default settings which have worked fine with a different pc. Result I'm getting when rendering a composition can be seen in the linked video. Single frames are fine, no artefacts there and everything else is also "clean".

Just got a new pc (i7 3770k, Ati Firepro V5900 display adapter, 16gb ram). Driver for the display adapter should be the latest ones (8.982.2.0). Any ideas what might be causing this? I should get work done by the end of this weekend so I'm quite desperate..

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  09 September 2012
Could you provide a screenshot instead of this link? Or, if seeing it move is essential to diagnosing it, place it on vimeo? I think you'd get a more immediate response. Honestly, I want to help, but I don't want to click on you're weird link, or download movie files. In fact, I waited until I was at work to download, in case it was infectious.

That said, I looked at the video, and it looks like a simple matter of compression. My recommendation is to always render to a frame sequence (I'm assuming you didn't), then composite the sequence together in the Softimage compositor layout. Besides that, you'll find some really great tools in SI compositing to take your work even further.

Assuming this is not a screen capture, this is a render? If so, it has nothing to do with your video.
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  09 September 2012
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