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How to render Braceworks Truss color

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This image was taken from the Spotlight 2019 promotional video.According to the weight of the truss,Truss can render colors

 

The following picture is made by me.

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Why is the color I am rendering like this?

How should I set and render?

To achieve the color effect of the promotion video?

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Although the videos heighten reality from time to time, have you tried an FQR rendering?

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27 minutes ago, Kevin Allen said:

Although the videos heighten reality from time to time, have you tried an FQR rendering?

Yes, my picture is rendered with FQR

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The rendering you have is what you can expect, unfortunately there is not a true gradient nor truss texturing with this feature. A separate object is drawn to display the gradient. It would likely be too heavy to do actual geometry.

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33 minutes ago, Marissa Farrell said:

The rendering you have is what you can expect, unfortunately there is not a true gradient nor truss texturing with this feature. A separate object is drawn to display the gradient. It would likely be too heavy to do actual geometry.

Such promotional videos are misleading~

Very unreal, I feel very disappointed.  I hope to improve in the next version.

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40 minutes ago, Marissa Farrell said:

The rendering you have is what you can expect, unfortunately there is not a true gradient nor truss texturing with this feature. A separate object is drawn to display the gradient. It would likely be too heavy to do actual geometry.

Excuse me, can you share the vwx file of the Spotlight promotion video?Email:daiqingxu@vip.qq.com

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@MA68340  I can understand that you may be expected that your renders would look like the picture from the promo. But do you ever need or want to do renders like that? 
The way I assume braceworks is mostly used is to generate paperwork, not beautiful renders.
Attached is a PDF from a project earlier this summer. 

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If you were a big fan of that look, there is always Renderworks

 

 

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