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Stereoscopic render bug

Hey guys,

I am having a problem with rendering Stereoscopic 360! I am using the Stereoscopic plug-in. All working just fine except for one small detail! There is one sphere without material, which does not exist in my scene and it appears only on the rendered image! take a look at the pictures....

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asked Dec 07 '16 at 11:27 AM in Rendering

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I just stumbled on this prob too late to help but I can tell you its prob the player that is that untextured sphere. The default player when viewed from other cameras normally looks like that. Just make sure the player start is no where near the camera.

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answered Jan 11 '17 at 04:37 PM

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