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Published on Apr 14, 2012
A look at using Motion Estimation with the Motion Prediction module from PD Pro, as applicable to rendered animations of 3D logos. This shows a comparison of a traditional frame blending apprach vs. the motion prediction approach.
It may take a few tries to tweak the parameters, but in the end it could be worth the effort, especially if the rendering of the frames took a long time and you can't re-render them with the added frames, economically speaking.
In this example, the 3D logo was rendered at high (but not highest) settings, took a minute or two per frame to render. The last clip was done with 60 frames per second and with global illumination enabled, adding significant rendering time to it all. In cases like these it will definitely be a time saver to use motion prediction. Even if it takes a few minutes to get the parameters right, in the end it's much shorter than rendering it in 3D over 300+ frames if you can get away with rendering just 30-60 frames and fill in the missing frames through motion estimated interpolation.