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MRMdesigns says

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…

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MRMdesigns says

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 :)

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MRMdesigns says

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? :S

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MRMdesigns says

BTW model is from one site, and they can download it free, I can include it in project?

No, you can’t include it in your project. But you can put a link for the customers to download :)

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MRMdesigns says

It’s like an exchange. You get the sales, they get 30% ;)

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MRMdesigns says
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MRMdesigns says

Haha, that’s funny :D I realised you are from Lithuania when you made your first thread in the Forums and you didn’t have any items :D Anyways, good luck in your projects :)

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MRMdesigns says

Don’t be sad :) You can be pushy and click on ‘flag for staff reply’ if you want to hear what they think about it :D

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MRMdesigns says


If you know what I mean :winktongue:

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MRMdesigns says

But if he pays 10$, he gets more.

At least 4 times more than that :bigwink: . Of course, depending on the project.

I think it’s a good idea… But then, why couldn’t you simply upload that C4D file on 3DOcean and put a link in the description?

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