Any idea how to reduce/eliminate the sizzle in my render?

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  06 June 2012
Any idea how to reduce/eliminate the sizzle in my render?

I rendered this 200 frame animation out of Vue in 2048x858 (which took long enough) and now I'm getting a famous sizzle. Rendered it at slightly tweaked Broadcast settings.

How can I reduce or eliminate this sizzle the most effective? Is there any particular trick you can recommend for this scene? It's not like I have any complex plant ecosystems in there or anything like that...

I had hoped it might blend in with the grain after comping but looking at this quick comp it doesn't seem to work just like that unfortunately.

And as you can imagine, it looks a lot worse at 2K resolution.

Last edited by c-r-u-x : 06 June 2012 at 01:09 PM.
  07 July 2012
Broadcast settings will do that. Broadcast is for small 720x480 YouTube showings. You'll need to crank up the Render user settings. I'm assuming you have a plant material that is doing the flickering? The roads don't seem to flicker. For plants, you need texture filtering (in your object AA) set to around 20 - 30 percent.
  07 July 2012
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