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Tanner Chow asked ·

Creating layer override for Environment in render setting

Hi all,

In maya2017, I am slightly unfamiliar with how render-layer works and I can't seem to create a layer override for "aiAtmosphereVolume" in Environment under Render settings -> Arnold renderer.

I was testing out, having fog in a newly created renderSetupLayer but not having it under the main scene layer but it didn't work, as the fog appears in both layers. I need help in this, would appreciate any!!

Thanks in advance.

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Tanner Chow answered ·

Thank you Stephen! It works, though, its called "ignore atmosphere" instead of "ignore environment".

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Stephen Blair answered ·

2017?

Might have to just override Ignore Environment (Render Settings > Diagnostics)

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