How to blur an emitter ?

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Old 04 April 2012   #1
Question How to blur an emitter ?

Hello,

I want to add a blur on a particle emitter.

If I try to add the blur to the particle emitter but it just doesn't work.
Does someone know how I should setup the network and nodes ?

thx
 
Old 04 April 2012   #2
Im not sure if its this you are looking for but, if you connect your pEmitter1 node to a pRender1 node ( found in the particles tab, then you will have some blur and glow options in the pRender1 node.
heres a link for a quick set up (for Fusion 6)
Im not sure what to do if it should be 3d particles though.

http://www.fearfactory.dk/stuff/pEm...blur_setup.comp

http://www.fearfactory.dk/stuff/pEmitter_blur_setup.jpg

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Old 04 April 2012   #3
for 3d particles you can render your particles and put a blur afterwards

or you can blur the image you feed into the emitter
 
Old 04 April 2012   #4
Question thank you

thank you, makes more sense now..
just one more thing... I tried to figure out where I can change the size of the points ?

I don't mean the size of the emitter itself, but it's particles ?

Can't find that attribute ....
 
Old 04 April 2012   #5
in the pEmitter1 node, go to the style tab and open the size controls, there you have it.
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