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cyzer
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Is there a way to make a 3D object in AE to ignore the camera focus blur ? I want it on all the object except one.

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InlifeThrill
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Sure, pre-comp that very same object (keep its position as it is) along with a copy of your DOF casting camera. Expression link the cameras positions so that they act alike. Then simply turn off the DOF option for the precomposed camera. Now you have the same moves but different camera settings. Hope this helps.

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felt_tips
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InlifeThrill
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EFEKT_Studio
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By the way, maybe someone will find this useful, yesterday I remembered it’s possible… When you have a lot of layers where you have to do certain calculations, for example, you have 30 layers and have to rotate each by 12°. Normally I would take calculator and first one, 12°, second, 24° third, 36° etc, but in value field you can just write ie., 36+12 and AE add’s that value. I mean, it may be well known among users, but maybe someone doesnt know :)

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miseld
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Exactly… clone cam script here… http://www.crgreen.com/
Oh come on! :x

+1 :D

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