Focal Blur

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The focal blur settings in viewport properties control the slow but more accurate focal blur that is generated by shooting more rays into the scene.

Notes

<Viewport title>

The title of the current viewport.

No focal blur
Autofocus on selected objects

Adjusts the focal distance and aperture automatically so that selected objects are rendered sharp.

Sample count

The number of rays per sub-pixel that is generated for the effect. The higher the count the more accurate and smoother the result, and the longer it takes to render.

Jitter

The amount of radial noise added to the ray origins. Bigger jitter makes the image noisier, but also hides the steps in shading caused by combining the image from multiple samples.

Manual focus
Focal distance

The distance to a plane perpendicular to the camera that should be in focus.

Click to pick a point in the viewport that is in focus.

Aperture

The 35 mm single-lens-reflex camera equivalent aperture.

Sample count

The number of rays per sub-pixel that is generated for the effect. The higher the count the more accurate and smoother the result, and the longer it takes to render.

Jitter

The amount of radial noise added to the ray origins. Bigger jitter makes the image noisier, but also hides the steps in shading caused by combining the image from multiple samples.

See also

Object Properties

Attribute User Text

Centermark

Clipping Plane

Curve Piping

Decal

Detail

Dimension

Displacement

Dot

Edge Softening

Hatch

Leader

Light

Material

Object

RPC

Shut Lining

Text

Texture Mapping

Thickness

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