I’m makin product shots, where some simple one-scene / one-light setup stuff is no problem, but
now as things get more in deep - render visibility is kind of fooling me.
I’d like to make things easy for me so I used:
- “product” = a collection with the product objects (it’s very detailed from CAD with over 5.000 Objects), and nicely setup all the materials
- a linked copy of the scene, to each individual shots, where I have lights and camera outside of the “product” collection, so I can have different lighting,
thats great, I have even different environment lighting, so nice
But now I also have some shots where I need to hide a lot of parts of the product,
easy I thought, lets hide them and render, ohh -> there is the render visibility,
ok, lets tick this also and render, nice
BUT the render visibility it switched all over the scenes, now when I render my main product views,
there is also the stuff hidden
anyone can tell me a proper solution to build up a nice setup to have linked objects/collections
but different render visibility in the scenes, or is my kind of setup so wrong !?
I’m using a script to copy over the viewport visility to render vis. but it’t taking some time, and I can’t be a good solution, as I need to run it, when I switch/rerender my scene:
import bpy for ob in bpy.data.objects: if ob.visible_get() == True: ob.hide_render = False if ob.visible_get() == False: ob.hide_render = True
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