after some weeks of not working on the plugin, because i was busy with real life stuff and not being at home, i can now announce a major break through: Motion Blur is working!
this means i have now motion blur or transformation and rotation of objects as the camera as well (scaling and deformation not tested yet)
here you see a little test scene (6 time samples, 180 degree shutter):
compared with a fusion software renderer (6 time samples, 180 degree shutter):
i have to do some test how it plays together with the other stuff (mainly raytracing reflection and shadows) before i make a new public version of the plugin.
i hope i can bring some more new stuff into the next release.
thanks to a wonderfull function of 3delight i can now export the RIB file and not only render it.
because you can force 3delight to “render” to a RIB file instead of a image i have now a great tool to test more things and look how my code looks in more readable exported text files instead of crashing fusion without knowing where it stopped.
now i can see which part of the RIB generation failed and hopefully find out why.
i think i will leave this in the next release that everybody has the chance to export and edit the RIB files or render them somewhere else.