Author Topic: Multilayered EXR's  (Read 1605 times)

2015-10-22, 02:35:58

Guillermo Leal

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Not sure if this has already been asked, but it would be nice to be able to save a single exr with all the render elements in it.

2015-10-22, 05:19:32
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Brock_Lafond

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This is quite doable, and I do it often. Follow these steps.

-Set up your render elements.
-Set up your render output to save the EXR.
-Click on setup to open the OpenEXR Configuration window.
-Under Render Elements click on Add...
-Select all of the elements from the list and click on OK.
-Click OK again to close the OpenEXR Configuration window.

You are now ready to render your scene to EXR with all of the layers embedded.

2015-10-22, 05:47:37
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Guillermo Leal

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Thanks for your replay. i guess i didn't wrote the request correctly. i meant from the corona frame buffer like vray.

2015-10-22, 07:27:55
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GestaltDesign

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In the save VFB tab found in render settings you can use the saved Corona EXR for embedded elements.

2016-04-12, 14:21:56
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Ondra

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this may be done, but only in the next step of Corona development (VFX)
Rendering is magic.
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