Cameron Fielding’s cMotionBlur lets you blur pretty much anything in Maya’s Viewport 2.
VP2 offers motion blur to things like transform animation, so anything that moves under a transform, that’s fine. Anything that is under a deformation move; however, there is no motion blur. This new free Maya script from Cameron Fielding can change that.
Built a #maya3D tool to add motion blur to pretty much anything in viewport2, so no more "transform only". Deformations, shapes, shadows etc… yep!
Make your animation tests look sweet, and use as a tool to see how moblur affects your motion as you work! https://t.co/qQd9d14iwv pic.twitter.com/P5CIbWvWf0
— Cam (@_CamFielding) September 8, 2021
cMotionBlur applies a fast-process and approximated 3D motion blur to deforming objects in Maya’s Viewport 2 and playblasts. The Maya script can also handle transform animation, camera motion, materials, shadows, and pretty much anything interpolated on subframes in the viewport.