Problems with Render in Poser 6

Problems with Render in Poser 6
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I do not have idea how it could happened!     

It is a Poser 4 render but happened the same with the Firefly larger version!



 
Last edited by JanReinar on 03 May 2005 13:07; edited 1 time in total 
 JanReinar [ 03 May 2005 13:04 ]


Problems with Render in Poser 6
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Is the atmospheric root node active?  Just a guess, but perhaps a texture got attached to the atmospheric root node.  I am assuming that it is still the same design as in Poser 5.

A blended background texture attached to the background root node may also cause that effect.

Pangor



 
 pangor [ 03 May 2005 15:18 ]
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Hey, but it's not bad ! There are things that don't work to me too, for example I don't succeed to save the figures with my "old" character, I've to save a whole pzz/pz3. In any case I never red the manual   , another thing to add to my to-do-list



 
 Tormie [ 03 May 2005 20:17 ]
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If there is what Pangor said I would have to agree. Either light or somehow, from what I can tell, your ground texture got attached to a light, or your camera as a gel....But as I only use Poser PP I know not of the nodes.
I also agree with Torme, it is a nice effect and would only be a better render if it where a little less obvious.

Torme, don't waste to much time on the manual. It isn't that great a read!



 
 Hawktoey [ 03 May 2005 21:18 ]
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He doesn't use it to read it in the bathroom Hawk.       



 
Last edited by tda42 on 03 May 2005 21:32; edited 1 time in total 
 tda42 [ 03 May 2005 21:32 ]
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Thanks friends!   Pangor is right and I fixed the Pic! Thanks Pangor! I will post the fix picture in The Album  



 
 JanReinar [ 04 May 2005 12:02 ]
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tda42";p="20987 wrote: 
He doesn't use it to read it in the bathroom Hawk.       


Be careful I tried to read this manual and it is not friendly! Poser 4 manual is far useful.

I could stay in for a very long time!



 
 JanReinar [ 04 May 2005 14:58 ]
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Ok, but open the windows when you go out next time       !!!



 
 Tormie [ 04 May 2005 18:23 ]
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 JanReinar [ 04 May 2005 18:54 ]
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