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Hi everyone,

 

I have a model for a car, with its shadow.
My question how to render it to get a static file  with transparent " so without the background ... only the car and the shadow"  in order to use in my static visuals?

 

Thank you

 

 

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  • the background which I have is a white studio.

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    Take out the studio from camera view (compositing tag / seen by camera), and render to png image sequence with alpha...

     

    CBR

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  • Thanks @Cerbera
    I already tried that, but the shadows is not existed.

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  • Also the windows of the car is not transparent as it should be

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    One option could be to make two renders.

     

    1 Only the object with transparent bg (PNG).

    2 Multipass >> Separate Lights (3 Channels), putting a Compositing tag on your object and with seen by camera uncheck, Render

     

    After that you just need to combine your renders.

     

    Last.thumb.jpg.ca343588d0116f3739e2a28467b2e502.jpg

     

     

    Hope that helps.

     

    Good Luck

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  • Thank u @Emir

    I got the shadows in a separate layers just which is on the car it self which I don't want.
    the shadow of the car which is on the floor still not visible ... any advice?

     

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  • I think the solution is to use the shadow catcher, but even if I applied it to the surface I have, I dune why it not working!
    the surface as a black object is exist in the scene so the shadow is not appearing 

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