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This page provides details about the Atmospheric Effects Render Element and how it is used in compositing.

 

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Overview  


The Atmospheric Effects Render Element stores only atmospheric or volumetric participating media such as fog or Aerial Perspective.  This render element can then be used to enhance or color-correct just the atmospheric component of the image during the compositing process.

When atmospheric effects or fog is included in a scene, they will render into the Beauty (RGB color) channel, and should also be output as the atmosphere channel for compositing use.

 

 

UI Path


 

 ||Render Settings window|| > Render Elements tab > Atmospheric Effects


Attributes


The parameters for this render element appear in the Attribute Editor under Extra V-Ray Attributes.

 

 

 

Enable – When enabled, the render element appears in the V-Ray Virtual Frame Buffer.

Deep output – Specifies whether to include this render element in deep images.

Filename suffix – The text added to the end of the rendered file, when saved as a separate file (e.g. myrender.atmosphere.vrimg).

Apply color mapping – Applies the color mapping options specified in the Color mapping rollout of the VRay tab in the Render Settings window to this render element. This option is enabled by default.

Denoise – Enables the render element's denoising, provided the Denoiser render element is present.


Common Uses  


The Atmospheric Effects Render Element is useful for changing the appearance of the atmosphere and volumetric effects in a rendered image using compositing or image editing software. Below is an example of its use. 

 

 


Atmosphere Render Element, with fog
generated by VRayEnvironmentFog

 


Original Beauty composite

 

 

 


Color of atmosphere changed and intensity increased

 

 

 

Compositing Formula


vrayRE_Atmospheric_Effects + Beauty = Final Image