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2D Trees showing box in renders

Anonymous
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Ive been trying out some of the 2D sprite trees for rendering purposes but there seems to be a semi-transparent box around where the sprite is.

Against other things it seems to be hard to notice but against the sky its very noticeable and id much prefer not to show it like that to clients.

Is there any way to make it completely transparent?
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Anonymous
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Hello, there is a setting in the render settings that will fix that, I can't remember exactly which one (I'll try to find out later which one is) but try using a render setting template like "daylight fast physical", I think that will solve the problem and from there you can tweak your render settings.

alemanda
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Cinerender has 2 types of render.
You have to use the phisical render in Cinerender to not see the box of the billboard
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Anonymous
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alemanda wrote:
Cinerender has 2 types of render.
You have to use the phisical render in Cinerender to not see the box of the billboard
arqrivas wrote:
Hello, there is a setting in the render settings that will fix that, I can't remember exactly which one (I'll try to find out later which one is) but try using a render setting template like "daylight fast physical", I think that will solve the problem and from there you can tweak your render settings.
Thanks guys, I tried a physical render and the box is gone.

I am still pretty new to rendering, what is the main differences between Physical and Normal?

Anonymous
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Read this,
http://helpcenter.graphisoft.com/guides/archicad-18/archicad-18-int-reference-guide/user-interface-r...

Here you can learn the main difference in between those two.

nojusuz
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After 7 years it is not fixed

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