Greyscalegorilla HDRI Studio Rig problem with horizon line and transparency

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  02 February 2018
Greyscalegorilla HDRI Studio Rig problem with horizon line and transparency

Hi people,

I'm quite new to Cinema 4D and I have a problem that after hours of trying to fix it, I just cannot get it right!

I used Greyscalegorilla's HDRI Studio Rig plugin to set up a scene with a random model.
The model needs to be transparent. This I did with the 'Display Tag' and by changing the 'Visibility' property.
I chose this method because I want to be able to easily animate this visibility in a 2D kind of way.

So far, no problems but now it comes...

As soon as I make my model transparent and I render my scene, I can see a small horizon line going through my model.
example:





I tried various things to fix this but nothing really works.
The closest I came to a fix/workaround was by setting up a depth of field and thus making the horizon line blurried.

Can somebody please help me!


Attached you'll find a working file.
Download example file


Thanks for helping!
 
  02 February 2018
Add a competing Tag and uncheck seen by transparency.
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  02 February 2018
Originally Posted by birdy: Add a competing Tag and uncheck seen by transparency.

You mean the compositing tag? I Already did that. It's not working.
 
  02 February 2018
Turn Off Floor under Seamless Floor Controls in the HDR Studio Rig.
BTW,animate vis with the trans in the material rather than the tag...


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Last edited by vid2k2 : 02 February 2018 at 08:41 PM.
 
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