How to produce flythroughs with changing materials

Modified on Mon, 17 Oct 2022 at 01:29 PM

You can produce videos with changing material or visibility settings by rendering image sequences in NUBIGON and stitching them together in a third-party video editing software. Here's how: 

Step 1: Create a camera path and render it once for each material/visibility configuration. 

  • Define a camera path and set the desired frames per second (FPS). 
  • Render the first image sequence with the current object visibility/material settings. 
  • Adjust the visibility/material settings, keep the same FPS and render settings, and export another sequence.
  • Repeat this process for as many different object visibility/materials settings as you desire. 

Step 2: Import and stitch image sequences with video editing software. 

  • Next, use a video editing software like Adobe Premiere Pro to stitch those image sequences together. 
  • When importing image sequences, specify the same frame rate you used in NUBIGON.
  • Then stitch them together, specify the transitions and render the final video.