Motion blur ghosting

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  04 April 2013
Motion blur ghosting


I created a chain setup and it works ok in general but there is a problem with PRs motion blur.
There is some strange ghosting going on which I dont really understand. I think it could be a priority issue but I coudn't figure it out on my self.

That's how it looks like

And here is the scene file:
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  04 April 2013
Did you remember bake the dynamics before rendering? Motion blur works only if you bake dynamics and use picture viewer ror rendering. Also remember add motion blur subdivisions for better motion blur result.
  04 April 2013
I loaded your scene and i think that problem is that you didn't bake/chace the mograph dynamics.
  04 April 2013
Add mograph chace tag for your cloner and then chace/bake it, and that will solve the problem.

Remember always bake/chace everything for Physical Motion blur. Also deformations might be good to bake for PLA.
  04 April 2013 <-here's your scene with baked and chaced data, it should work. =)
Remember check the save files ON from rendering settings.
  04 April 2013
OMG, thanks a lot for the fast reply I haven't even thought that non cached cloners could cause the problem...
  04 April 2013
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