Now I imagine how people must have felt when watching Neil Armstrong walk on the Moon… But I guess what I have just seen doesn’t feel even half as exciting as landing on the Moon.
Watchiiiiiiing. Too bad I missed the take-off…
When I write something on paper and think what to write next, I tend to bold and fix letters which are not the way they should be.
When typing text using my computer, I usually highlight one or multiple words, then click somewhere to deselect it, then select it again, etc. Just my old habit
Ohhhh god, how stupid I am! In Render Options it says “on for checked layers”... Thank you Efekt very much! And thanks everyone for the answers!
Maybe you have motion blur enabled inside a composition that has “collapse transformations” switch on. So you don’t see motion blur on, but it is enabled in the elements inside the comp…
Yes, that’s exactly what I have. But the problem is, there are just lots of those comps with switches turned on. Any script would be really helpful…
Yeah, for some layers I have it turned on. But there are lots of them… Do you know a script or something that would be able to turn the motion blur off for all layers in all comps? That would really help me
It may sound like a dumb question, but I have searched what the problem is and, obviously, with no luck.
So, I have an animation (using CS5 ) and motion blur is off, or at least supposed to be off. When I preview a frame, there is no motion blur. But when I render, I can clearly see the motion blur being rendered! Maybe someone knows what’s the problem?