Handling vector blur inside Nuke
Many peoples struggled getting exact result inside Nuke using motion vector pass. (once me too..)
Here is the solution for that.
what is motion vector pass?
A 2D motion vector image describes the amount of movement that’s happening in a scene by using two luminance maps and combining them into one image.
For more information: http://aloedesign.com/2008/12/maya-2d-motion-vectors-tutorial/
Render motionVector pass from Maya
Mental-ray have 2D motion vector export shader inbuilt. So go to create render passes panel and select "2D Motion Vector"
Maya->Render Settings->Passes->2D Motion Vector.
choosing File format for rendering from MAYA
Vector passes contain infinite values so you can't store vector passes on clamped image formates, such as .jpg, .tga etc. So we need to use image format like .tiff, .exr which can store float values.
Enable float values for rendering
Usually MAYA render 8bit per channel as default. You should tell MAYA to render our image as 16bit half float or 32bit float. How to do that.
Change it from its default value:
RGBA 4*8bit -> RGBA (float)4*32bit for 32bit float.
RGBA 4*8bit -> RGBA (float)4*16bit for 16bit half float.
Thats all now you can render your images as .exr sequances with Motion Vector.
(want to know more about open EXR http://www.openexr.com/about.html)
Apply motion blur inside NUKE using 2D Motion Vector pass.
Nuke display 2DMotionVector pass like right side img
(Look those values going minus).
Dealing with vector blur node
Change channels all to rgba.
UV channels->your custom channel vector channel name (MV2E_mv2DToxik)
method -> forward (nuke default backward).
you get the result like below image.
Its happened because off premultiply issue. How to fix it ?
Hope this page help you. If yes leave comments please.
software used: Maya 2012, Nuke 6.3v6.
seq file: https://skydrive.live.com/redir.aspx?cid=776f8351d9892b6a&resid=776F8351D9892B6A!254&parid=776F8351D9892B6A!133
Nuke comp file: https://skydrive.live.com/redir.aspx?cid=776f8351d9892b6a&resid=776F8351D9892B6A!255&parid=776F8351D9892B6A!133