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  • #8192
    dragosburian
    Customer

    Hi guys, do you know how antialiasing can be implemented for Blender?

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    #8195

    Hi,

    Anti-aliasing is enabled automatically for all Verge3D apps. By default MSAA is used, however if post-process effects are enabled for a scene, FXAA method is turned on.

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    #8211
    dragosburian
    Customer

    Ok, but the issue I am having is these jagged lines, as per attachment. What do you adviseon doing to eliminate these?

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    #8215

    can be implemented for Blender?

    You mean to enable anialiasing to see it in Blende or Verge3D?

    Ok, but the issue I am having is these jagged lines, as per attachment. What do you adviseon doing to eliminate these?

    Can you share an example of the scene or a part of it, better with he textures?

    Co-founder and lead graphics specialist at Soft8Soft.

    #8216
    dragosburian
    Customer

    unfortunately I cannot, but all is standard, with no textures apart from the environment one, all the rest is made of principled bsdf materials

    #8217

    all the rest is made of principled bsdf materials

    Is there any texture not power of two in you app? Or maybe you can upload the scene to verge3d network and leave the link here? It’s dificult to understand the problem without any example only by a picture.

    Co-founder and lead graphics specialist at Soft8Soft.

    #8218
    dragosburian
    Customer

    Yes, could that be a problem? because the environment texture is not square

    #8221

    Yes, could that be a problem? because the environment texture is not square

    No, it’s ok for an environment. May be you can provide the simplified examle without a privite textures and objects that can reproduce the same issue, because I can’t reproduce the same behavior ob my pc by myself.

    Co-founder and lead graphics specialist at Soft8Soft.

    #8224
    dragosburian
    Customer

    You can see even in the cube example of verge, observe how the very highly lit zone atop the monkey head get aliased. It seems that this occurs especially around a highly lit reflective surface

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    #8227

    Ok, we’ll look how itbcan be fixed.

    Co-founder and lead graphics specialist at Soft8Soft.

    #8230
    Yorick
    Customer

    Thanks Mikhail!
    Because it is very visible in our project.

    #8354
    dragosburian
    Customer

    Hi guys,

    Any news on this fix?

    #8355

    What you see with the default cube is a worst-case scenario because the surface is normal-mapped and MSAA works with actual geometry. Is your model normal-mapped too?

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    #8356
    dragosburian
    Customer

    no, just an aluminium-like material

    #8357

    Aliasing can be caused by different reasons. Can you prepare a small example which is specific to your case, so that we have something to look into?

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