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Old 01-23-2013, 09:32 PM   #1
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misss_fast_skin in exr passes

Any information / tutorials out there on how to render multiple passes in one .exr using a misss_fast_skin shader? Did a search but don't see that topic / problem covered here or elsewhere.

Come to think of it, is it possible to even get exr passes using an MR skin shader, or would I have to jump back to an mia_material_x_passes setup? Thx in advance.
Old 01-24-2013, 02:58 PM   #2
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Yep - there is one on Digital Tutors by John Tojek that describes what you want (misss_fast_skin in passes to one EXR). See it here - lessons 7 & 8. Excellent tutorial IMHO.

The process involves breaking out Diffuse, Epidermal, Subdermal, Back, Specular into passes using 5 misss_fast_skin_maya shaders piped into Render Buffers, etc. He covers it really well. Good luck!

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