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(same as the comment but with an image) Hello and welcome. From your image, looks like you are not applying anything to your final render because the only thing connected to the composite node is the original image and not the other nodes. You are only connecting the nodes to a Viewer Node and you also need to do that to the Composite node.


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Got almost the same situation. Thanks for the Task Manager tip. But I have to say that A GeForce RTX 2060 is really good when video editing with DaVinci Resolve, but Blender is nothing faster now comared with my old PNY Nvidia K4000 GPU. It's very disapointing


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You're in the manual for the wrong version. The first screenshot you are showing is as it looks in my Blender 2.83.5 and it's located in the View Layer Properties. The second screenshot you're showing looks like my Blender 2.93.1, and there the Denoising settings are located in the Render Properties. I don't remember when exactly this was changed, seems like ...


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I have never done donut tutorial before so I don't know what steps did you follow but you somehow had to use subdivision with very hight number and somehow even apply it... There are basically 3 options you have Try to use Multiresolution Modifier on your dense object and click Unsubdivide It's purpose is to rebuild a lower subdivision level of the current ...


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Invoke the operator. When called from the UI an operator is "invoked" with "default" settings. To do same from script bpy.ops.foo.bar('INVOKE_DEFAULT') What do different execution contexts mean? From python console, >>> bpy.ops.render.opengl('INVOKE_DEFAULT') does the "UI thing" and opens the render window (if that's ...


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In the properties editor, in the View Layer properties, under Output, there is a flag for Overwrite. Uncheck it and you won't get overwriting.


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Check my self answered question here: How do you use Eevee renderer in a Docker container using bpy? It's instructions for how to use Eevee in a container, but the instructions are directly translatable to your scenario. Basically what you would do is create a service that starts xvfb. Fair warning though, in my experience Eevee doesn't have nearly as ...


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TL;DR: To get bpy running just use the Linux instructions for building Blender, change the install location to its own folder, e.g. /opt/blender/site-packages, then in your production container simply use COPY --from=blender /opt/blender/site-packages/ /path/to/your/site-packages. Using xvfb we can create a framebuffer that acts as a regular display inside a ...


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Your first screenshot of the 3D Viewport is not the scene you have rendered. It's not the plate hiding the cup, the render doesn't even show the plate - it's below the plane. In your file you have moved the plane upwards so it's halfway in the cup - that's why everything is hidden below. EDIT: If you only move the plate with the cup (parented to the plate) ...


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Two features are used in Shade Smooth to manually control which edges you want them to be absolute sharp. The auto smooth should be open.


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To make it easy i wouldn't render it as Halo but as icosphere. Then just give the icosphere a white color and shade it smooth and change the scale and it will look like halo. Then you can give your transparent material a node setup like this: and you get this: you can checkout the blend file here:


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You have some objects than are hidden in viewport render preview but not in final render, so make sure that they are also hidden in final render if you don't want to see them:


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You can use the remesh modifier and play with the voxel size. This helps you clean up the mesh and make it smoother. Maybe it also helps to shade smooth after applying the modifier.


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It depends on what you call "smooth a mesh out". There are 2 different things: the topology and the shading. What you want is probably a smooth shading, not a change of topology, otherwise the Smooth brush would do what you want (i.e. flattening your topology). So what you need to try is go in Object mode and right click > Shade Smooth. Note ...


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My "solution" to this was to avoid running the script, and instead treat the object as a particle and make my modifications there. https://blender.stackexchange.com/a/231301/125759


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Read the files write to text, save blend. Here is an example script. Globs all text files in folder (hardcoded, could pass as argument) Create a textblock with same stem name Read the contents into textblock Save blend to keep changes. Script, edit directory path to suit. import bpy from pathlib import Path # glob all txt files from dir_path = "/...


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If you're using a newer version of Blender, the reason you don't see anything is that you're not actually editing the texture on the object. This wiki is definitely out of date for newer versions. In order to use a texture on the object, the "Base Color" of your material would need to point to a texture object of some sort, but if you click on the ...


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This happens mainly when you put the Subdivision Modifier in the Modifiers tab as default or not the same as your viewport subdivisions. If that's the reason just put the render subdivision amount same as your viewport subdivision amount.


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You can do something like this in the Shader Editor. Use the Add menu or Shift+A to add the Bright/Contrast node, select the desired values, and place it between the texture and the Principled BSDF node. Voila!


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I try to explain the steps you need to take to use the proposals of moonboots and Gorgious: 1) change material: If you create a new scene, and render it out you will get: If you now click on the materials tab and scroll a bit down and change the color and the emission strength like this: you will get: 2) increase lights again...from the default cube ...


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This, much more elaborate code will allow for more interactive blur adjustment - still, sadly, I didn't find a way to cancel current render from script, so it's not as interactive as it could be. Perhaps it could be changed to render with 1 sample first and then increase the number of samples and re-render... import bpy class BlurPreviewOperator(bpy.types....


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You can use any of Blender's pre-packaged lighting environments in your scene. Example: Starting with a basic material on Suzanne, looks great in Material Preview Scene doesn't look right in Rendered Preview Create a split screen, and change one area from 3D Viewport to Shader Editor. Toggle Shader Type from Object to World. Ensure Node Wrangler Add-on is ...


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Sphere.001 is not visible in render view because you have disabled that but it is visible in the final render: Disable Sphere.001 in the render by clicking on the camera icon: and it will render fine.


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Quads are made of tris, so when the face is twisted you may see this kind of artefacts, if you want to avoid you can try to enable the Auto Smooth option in the Properties panel > Object Data > Normals.


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Thank you, this really helped. It was scaling. I thought I had fixed it for all of the pieces at once by making them into a meta strip but I ended up having to select them all individually and change them manually. Still way faster than doing the editing from scratch, you saved me so much time. Sorry for the stupid question, this was my first attempt at ...


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The dome function was removed for UPBGE back in 2016 as it was relatively unused: https://github.com/UPBGE/upbge/commit/fdadae1e774cb536a2c68a5d1109958222014d9b If you wish for the function to be re-implemented again, either make a pull request on UPBGE Github or talk with the developers in real-time on the UPBGE Discord.


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Use the Message Bus to notify when settings change and then render the image. import bpy scene = bpy.context.scene key = scene.render if scene.render.engine == 'CYCLES' else scene.eevee def msgbus_callback(): bpy.ops.render.render("INVOKE_DEFAULT") bpy.msgbus.subscribe_rna(key=key, owner=object(), args=(), notify=msgbus_callback) FYI: this ...


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Just increase the frequency. So you will get these results:


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Maybe better not to use a Boolean? Enable the shipped add-on: Geodesic Domes (There are other ways, but this is quick.) Create your dome: With I Inset, ('Individual' checked in its F9 Adjust Last Operation panel,) inset all its faces. Set your Pivot to 3D Cursor, and ensure the cursor is at the center of your dome. (It probably hasn't moved since the ...


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Select your sphere, go into the Modifiers panel, give your sphere a Boolean modifier with the cone object as Object, choose the Difference option, duplicate both the sphere and the cone object to keep a copy somewhere, apply the modifier (select the modifier, keep your mouse over the modifier and CtrlA) and it will work (delete the cones otherwise you'll ...


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It's the Motion Blur setting and probably a bug in Blender related to particles and motion blur. Baking as described in the bug report does not help. Related BSE question from 2018 about the same problem but no solution: Motion blur still showing after particles hit a sticky plane The particles are rendered but they are blurred because of the enabled Motion ...


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For those who may end up with my same problem, I didn't found out why or how to solve this problem, but I managed to find a workaround of some sorts. Instead of using "marked edges", you can use "Material Boundary", basically you can create a new shader just for freestyle purpose, and assign it to the faces you may need (if it ends up with more than one ...


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Not necessarily. You would need to change the filetype to mp4 or any other video format though. I just checked and the sample count doesn't seem to matter for rendering from VSE. Yes, the resolution matters. No, it doesn't matter. You can render all the pngs and compile them to a video in another blend file. I don't know the exact issue but you should check ...


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Just choose 3D Cursor for the pivot point. This uses the cursor which is in the center of the sphere. Active Element should also work but in Object mode only. Because you're in Edit mode and have selected a face so it does not use the object's origin (orange dot) but the face.


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It's also possible that the Playback Mute is enabled. This, you can't see by looking at the strip. To unmute, click the Playback button (probably at the bottom left) and uncheck Mute.


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The basic structure is modeled quite simply with a very little modeling, but with some modifiers. Axons; this is basically one object with a Displacement modifier and cloud texture + Array modifier and Curve modifier to make it follow a curve (a Nurbspath in the example) create a cylinder, in Edit mode, add a few loop cut (Ctrl+R) to have more vertices for ...


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If you can use a newer version of Blender, there's denoising feature. It is so easy to use, you only need to check a checkbox. Here's where you can find it on Blender 2.93:


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OK I solved this, when scrubbing through the timeline I noticed the scene camera also switched to 'Amature'. At the bottom of the timeline it was showing a little camera icon with Amature next to it. This is a marker which is used to set the active camera during rendering and animation. Select the icon and then go to Marker > Delete Marker and it will get ...


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You have to add a subdivision modifier like your other objects in the scene to get the displacement. Result after subdividing some times:


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Okay obviously I should have researched for a little while longer, but for anyone else who has this issue if you see this happen on your model, you need to add the weighted Normal modifier onto your mesh to clean up the visual artifacts, apologies for not doing more research


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Under the Dimensions, in the Output properties, you can change the Step value, to 2. Then render your video, or image sequence. That way, it will only render every other frame. Then you can add the image sequence, (or video), back into Blender, and then add a speed control to it. Then grab the end handle, and drag out, to make it longer, so that its the ...


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You should not have to render. Switch to the Video Sequence Editor Use the add menu to add the audio, as you did: Return to the 3D Viewport Use the timeline window to play the animation If you are not hearing audio, make sure the audio isn't muted (hidden): In the Visual Sequence Editor, hover over the audio type and type ALT-h to unmute. You can tell ...


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Most likely a system error, First check your System in Edit>Preference>System, And see you have your GPU or CPU checked. Also to check for errors you can go to Window>Toggle System Console in Blender and see if any error is giving to you by maybe an outdated addon or anything. You should try a new scene and see if any helps and if not just reinstall ...


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If you want the colors to look like in other software, other image editors etc., like Photoshop or in your case Illustrator, you should go to Color Management and choose View Transform: Standard and Look: None for best approximation. I've made a comparison image to show the difference between your setting and Standard. Notice that even the white background ...


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Well, the issue here is gamma correction and the HEX dialog says (Gamma corrected) under the hexadecimal value. Due to that it is not possible to find the 0-1RGB value in Blender if the exact correction value, not to mention the formula, is unknown. Like 255 = FF = 1 every time but e.g. 127 = 7E = 0.402 it would seem, though, it should be near 0.5! As no ...


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You could follow Christopher's solution or what I usually do is select my object that needs to be disabled in the render, go to the outliner and press the camera icon right next to the eye icon so that an 'X' mark appears in the middle of it, this means that your object is temporarily disabled, as in hidden, in your renders but not in the viewport. If you ...


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Objects hidden in the viewport will still be visible in renders. The best solution is to make a new collection and add your object to it, then disable (not hide) the collection.


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You cannot export light effects like glow with transparency. Transparency only mixes one image on top of another so it averages colour values, while light glow values need to be added on top of another image. Maybe try rendering emission pass and composite it on top of another image using add operation. Also these effects depend on the image below so they ...


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The likely reason this is happening is because there are two menus that seem to do the same thing. But one is to create an animation and the other is to wiew it.But the wording could be confusing. In the render menu you have two options for viewing either a still image or the animation you already saved. Here it does not mean make a View Animation, it means ...


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Blender from the fedora repository doesn't have that option. In fedora 34 you can install Blender using flatpak. First you need to install the flathub remote flatpak install flathub org.blender.Blender There it does have the File format FFmpeg Video in the output properties. Now we can continue with cretaing a text animation with transparency. As ...


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