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Old 09-04-2003, 10:38 AM   #1
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Maya 5 vector render problem

Hi there,

I want ot create rotating Earth with only ground visible - water will be 100 % transparent.

With software render within Maya is all ok, but when I switch to vector render, the picture show all gray sphere - with no texture (there is only black/white map).

Hope you understand...

How to solve this?

Thanks, diak
Old 09-04-2003, 03:53 PM   #2
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Hi diakonas!

I'm not a Maya expert, but I think this problem is happening because you have to choose on the "Render Globals" window, how many colors you want to use on the vector render.

On vector render (render option window) you have "one color", "two colors" (...) and "full color ou full shading" (I don't know the exact name).

I hope that this tip, will solve your problem!
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