Author Topic: Option to render BloomGlare only in the pass.  (Read 2358 times)

2022-03-02, 09:07:46

Daniel Mikolajčák

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Hello,
it would be very helpful to add an option to add bloom glare in the pass only (Caustics already has this option). This way when I render into PV via  "Render Marked Takes to PV" command I still can save beauty pass without BloomGlare baked onto it.
Thank you.

2022-03-02, 09:40:46
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ficdogg

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That's what the virtual beauty pass is for.

2022-03-02, 09:44:58
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Daniel Mikolajčák

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If you look at the image, although BloomGlare is disabled as a pass it still gets baked onto the background. Is it not understandable why one may want those passes separate, similar to caustics pass, that has this option?

2022-03-02, 09:49:38
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ficdogg

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Add the virtual beauty pass and uncheck bloom and glare, you'll get your final image without bloom and glare.

2022-03-02, 10:04:09
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Daniel Mikolajčák

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Gotcha!
If you still want Bloom as a separate pass you need the components pass. Virtuall beauty still baked bloom in my case.
Case solved, thanks for the tip on where to look for.

2022-03-02, 10:20:48
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You need to uncheck bloom and glare.

2022-03-02, 10:28:03
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