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h-heavy motion blur for the reel?
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>>618814
Explain
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>>618833
you've got one shot to impress on a reel. Heavy, stylized motion blur settings or what?
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>>616227
Yeah, hide all the details your employers will be looking at with stupidly intense motion blur. Might as well waste rendering time rendering your project at 60fps too.
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>>616227
Always render with motionblur. Don't listen to what anyone else tells you. Anything in the TV or film industry is rendered with motion blur so that's what employers expect to see. Lack of motion blur is usually a sign of amature work.

Don't go crazy with it. Use default settings. Motionblur is artificially created in modern cameras to mimick an artifact resulting in the physical shutter speed in old film cameras. People are used to this look so anything without it looks "wrong" or "fake".

If you want to show off detail in something, do a simple turn table or a one frame render.




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