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I have made an aquarium with some youtube help then rendered to see if it's Ok (and it's not).

My video to check: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J6HydYXtbdk&feature=youtu.be

You can see on the video that it's flickering (like the bottom of the aquarium). I don't know why it's happening.

My render settings are FFMPEG VIDEO with 30 fps.

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I'm assuming you are using Blender 2.80+. This is most likely caused by either the lighting, or the fact that you are using EEVEE to render. Now EEVEE is not bad, but there are some settings it uses that produce this kind of look if not adjusted. I would recommend that You use Cycles to render. Settings to change the renderer are in the render tab in the properties section. Now changing the materials to different colors and shaders should fix your problem.

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Sounds like Evee render.. Would say please try adjust and tweak your lights and the shadow Parameter but It looks like lightbleeading in Evee or shadow flickering . you can try to use Lightprobe and refletiv maps they are special designed for Evee for a stabil and better lock . But the rendertime increases massiv Have a look here How do the new light probes in Eevee work? How do the new light probes in Eevee work? Another User try to use and explore Evee again ...

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