I’ve been using Blender for quite a while mainly for video compositing and sequencing. But I wanted to learn about Blender’s MotionBlur capabilities. So I’ve done some research and came to these conclusions. Corrrect me if I am wrong:
There are basically 2 types of MB in Blender:
1-Using the MBlur button.
2-Using the vector blur node in the compositor.
Both of these ways have disadvantages. The MBlur way will drink your time.
The vector blur node doesn’t work for all needs, because the blur goes in 2 directions for some reason, i.e. there will be blur tails on both directions of a moving object eventhough it is moving in one direction (useful for e.g. waving hands). you can’t have true motion blur with this node. The Directional Blur node can be used to produce MotionBlur effects but it will not work for masses of objects that move in many different and random directions (particles is a good example)
Am I correct? If yes, then I have to say I am disappointed with that
EDIT: It’s just a question (as the title says). So don’t take it that I bash Blender. Blender is my best program