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Tutorial: V-RayforC4D Quick Tip: Isolated VFB Bloom and Glare FX Pass

Tutorial: V-RayforC4D Quick Tip: Isolated VFB Bloom and Glare FX Pass
Tutorial Jan 02, 2018 at 09:40 AM

V-RayforC4D user edub offers a quick tip on how to create an isolated VFB bloom & glare effects pass.

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Isolated VFB Bloom and Glare FX Pass - Quick Tip

If you use the VFB to create bloom & glare effects, but also want to be able to manipulate it as a composited element, then here's a quick trick to create an isolated effects layer.

  • save the normal rgb pass, without the effects
  • save the rgb pass, with the effects added.
  • combine both images in photoshop, with the effects layer on top.
  • the the top effects layer blend mode to "Difference"
  • create a flattened copy of the layers below [Shift+Opt+Cmnd+E] (on mac) - this is your isolated effects layer. Set layer blend mode to "Linear Dodge (Add)"
  • to test that it works as intended, turn off the rendered effects layer below. Now you can control the isolated effects as a separate layer in a multipass composite.

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Posted by Kim Sternisha

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