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How do I fix this bitchass white outline? It happened when I rendered this from c4d. Not sure why. I'm a c4d newb, this is literally the first thing I've made in it.
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>>514313

Photoshop -> layer -> matting -> remove white matte

That or catch the alpha with a noBackground plane/sphere that englobes the scene.
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>>514314
Thanks senpai
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>>514313
next time create a background object and apply a material on it.
In the color tab of the material, create a gradient. Click on it and switch to radial or circular and change the colors to your liking. No need to use Photoshop for a simple job like that. Do it in C4d.
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>>514314

Its what I just said mongoloid



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