rendering glows... damn glows

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Old 03 March 2003   #1
rendering glows... damn glows

ok guys here is my problem...
maya.. i have tons of objects that are built into SDK's that drive thier independant glows...
when i render the renderer ignores the glows and jsut makes them all glow at the same time...
i have run into this problem before.. how can i render the glows correctly without them effecting every other glow in my scene.
maya should not do this.. not for 9 gs
 
Old 03 March 2003   #2
Do your glows in post. They are done in 2d/post in maya, you would have alot more controll to do it in the compositor
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Old 03 March 2003   #3
To turn them off;
select -r shaderGlow1 ;
setAttr shaderGlow1.glowType 0;
setAttr shaderGlow1.haloType 0;


You can also isolate them by setting every glowing material matteOpacity to 0. In your alpha the black is what you need to glow in your compositing
Quote: you would have alot more controll to do it in the compositor


That's the best way to handle glows!
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