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Steven Lees-Smith asked

Turn off Motion Blur for Max fluids

Hi there,

I am looking for assistance in turning off motion blur in 3ds Max. I am rendering fluids as an Arnold Surface but when the fluid pour is small, the blur actually makes it disappear. I have set the shutter to 0, ticked and unticked motion blur, in the render settings it is set to respect the physical camera, just doesn't seem like anything makes a difference.

No doubt I am missing something with this, but just not sure where else to make an impact with this.

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Stephen Blair answered

If you disable motion blur in the Render Setup, then there's no motion blur.

As a test, enable Diagnostics > Feature Overrides > Ignore Motion

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Vincent Van Der Horst answered

In the render setup dialogue, under Motion Blur/shutter behaviour -> turn on the "instantanious Shutter for Motion Vectors.

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