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help with getting images out of bryce

help with getting images out of bryce

help with getting images out of bryce

I tend to use bryce images for use in flash.. however, I am wondering..   what is the best way to get nicely lit scenes out of bryce for use in flash?  What is the best color for the background?  What is the best way to get rid of unused background for use in flash?  What if I want transparent backround for an object i've created.  what is the best way to do this?  Thanks so much in advance


RE: help with getting images out of bryce

White is your best color. In bryce you can change quality features along with many other atributes, you just have to screw with it and find best quality possible, very tough because it varies per user...

Brent Serio
Just Born Designs
Email: brentaserio@cox.net
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RE: help with getting images out of bryce

what about if I have items with reflective material.  It appears that it is quite difficult to get a nice metal look or glass look with a white background.

any suggetions

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