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Ray Tracing

Nodes » Ray Tracing

Method Ray tracing is a more accurate “photorealistic” rendering technique for calculating lighting, shadows and reflections in a 3D scene. Raytracing brings to Notch a number of features not previously possible with the traditional renderer and greatly…

RT Real-Time Denoiser

Nodes » Ray Tracing » RT Real-Time Denoiser

Method Ray tracing is computationally intensive and some effects – such as soft area light shadows – rely on lots and lots of rays being cast per pixel. In order to make this viable in real-time or while editing interactively, Notch typically casts very…

Nodes

Nodes

This is the Notch node reference. Notch node types: Cameras: Cameras define the point of view, perspective and aspect from which the scene is rendered. Cloning: Cloners instantiate multiple copies of geometry nodes – such as 3D Objects, Text Nodes and Shape…

RT Refinement

Nodes » Ray Tracing » RT Refinement

Method Ray tracing is computationally intensive and some effects – such as soft area light shadows – rely on lots and lots of rays being cast per pixel. In order to make this viable in real-time or while editing interactively, Notch typically casts very…

Nodes

Nodes » Nodes

Method This section contains a group of mostly miscellaneous nodes. Colour Colour Ramp Comment Debug Log Image 2D Layer Precomp Mapping Motion Direction Follower Motion Predictor OSC Output Parent To Vertex Render Layer Render To Texture Root Screen…

Glass RT Material

Nodes » Materials » Glass RT Material

Method A basic glass material, similar to the default material node but with default raytraced glass settings. Glass material *This material needs Ray Tracing to be enabled on the root to function. *use the right-click menu to cache input…

RT Mirror Reflection

Nodes » Ray Tracing » RT Mirror Reflection

Method RT Mirror Reflection is the fastest raytracing reflections node with only a single, sharp ray traced bounce supported. This can be used to simulate mirrors, reflections and specular on any raytracing enabled specular material/surface. Rough reflections can be…

RT Ambient Occlusion

Nodes » Ray Tracing » RT Ambient Occlusion

Method This node simulates ambient occlusion by casting a large number of rays in random directions in a sphere or hemisphere from each point on the screen, and determining what percentage of them hit something before reaching the extent of the bounding sphere. …

RT Glass Refraction

Nodes » Ray Tracing » RT Glass Refraction

Method The RT Glass Refraction node is a fast cheap raytraced glass solution. This node can be used in scenes that need additional performance such as lightmapped scenes that aren’t using the pathtracer node. Once the Glass Refraction node is added to the…

RT Diffuse Bounces

Nodes » Ray Tracing » RT Diffuse Bounces

Method The Diffuse Bounce node simulates diffuse lighting of solid objects accurately with support for multiple bounces. Only diffuse bounces and interactions are handled. This makes it particularly applicable for baking light maps, as the light interactions modelled…

Raytracing Nodes

Techniques » Raytracing Techniques » Raytracing Nodes

Reflections nodes RT Mirror Reflection A single bounce mirror reflection node is the simplest and most efficient raytraced reflection. *This node is great for real-time projects. *There is no surface roughness for this node RT Multi-Bounce Reflection Using the…

Shading Nodes

Nodes » Shading Nodes

Method These nodes change the ways that material nodes apply to an objects, and how their materials are shaded on the object surface. Gallery Noise Fractal Shading Grid Shading Node Gradient Shading Node…

Render Nodes

Nodes » Procedural » Render Nodes

Method These nodes convert the procedural distance field into rendered geometry, voxel grids, or other systems. Gallery Procedural Meshing Procedural Shading Node Volume Generator Volumetric Tracer…

Semi-Transparent RT Material

Nodes » Materials » Semi-Transparent RT Material

Method A basic semi-transparent RT material, similar to the default material node but default raytraced glass settings. Semi-Transparent RT Material *This material needs Ray Tracing to be enabled on the root to function. *use the right-click…

RT Multi-Bounce Reflection

Nodes » Ray Tracing » RT Multi-Bounce Reflection

Method The Reflection Multi-Bounce node simulates specular lighting of solid objects accurately with support for multiple bounces with varying roughness and other material attributes. Only specular interactions are handled by this node, making it a good compliment for…

Execute Child Nodes

Nodes » Logic » Execute Child Nodes

Method Allows you to enable or disable the execution of connected child nodes at runtime. This is useful for menu systems or general logic. Example Nodegraph Attributes Name Description Execute Children Nodes …

Select Render Layer For Child Nodes

Nodes » Nodes » Select Render Layer For Child Nodes

Method This node can assign its direct or indirect children to a different Render Layer than the one that the hierarchy would otherwise assign them to. This node is particularly useful in virtual production workflows, where separate render layers are used for front…

Directional Light

Nodes » Lighting » Directional Light

Method Add a directional light node to a scene to produce ambient directional lighting throughout. Light is emitted in a parallel direction at the normal to an infinite plane. *Directional lights do not cast shadows. Example Nodegraph…

Refining and Denoising

Techniques » Raytracing Techniques » Refining and Denoising

RT Refinement Refining a raytraced scene is a great way to see how your final project will look. Refining a scene should only be used on raytraced scenes that are static frames. Refinement of a scene will not work in real-time due to the time it takes to refine each…

Pathtracer

Nodes » Ray Tracing » Pathtracer

Method The Pathtracer node simulates lighting of solid objects accurately with support for multiple bounces of specular and diffuse reflections and refractions with varying roughness and other material attributes. This is achieved by casting lots and lots of rays,…

Antialiasing Methods

Techniques » Antialiasing Methods

There’s a number of antialiasing techniques available in Notch. They all attempt to antialias your render, but all of them cope better or worse with different rendering situations and all have different trade-offs. They can be used together, but often it…

Reflections and Refractions

Techniques » Raytracing Techniques » Reflections and Refractions

Reflections Raytraced reflections are more accurate reflections than Screen Spaced Reflections. The images below show the difference between each raytracing nodes reflections. Sky light The Sky light reflects the skydome HDR environment map, it will not reflect the…

Sky Light

Nodes » Lighting » Sky Light

Method This node simulates a skylight/dome light by surrounding the scene with a large number of shadow-casting spotlights positioned on the dome pointing inwards. This allows the skylight to be rendered efficiently, although it may still be too slow for real-time use…

Root

Nodes » Nodes » Root

Method The Root node for the scene, controlling the basic menu and other important scene attributes. Attributes Name Description Background Colour Change the background colour. Backdrop Glow Defines the “glow”…

Notch 0.9.23 Release Notes

Release Notes » Notch 0.9.23 Release Notes

0.9.23.209 (17th patch release, 26th July 2021): Added Features [Standalone] Added support for touch input events. [Standalone] Added an option to show the mouse cursor in standalone applications. See the standalone start-up dialog. [License Check] Added a…

Pathtracer Basics

Techniques » Raytracing Techniques » Pathtracer Basics

The Pathtracer node is simply the most accurate and powerful raytracing node. To understand the Pathtracer node it should be thought of as the following raytracing nodes combined in the one node: RT Multi-Bounce Reflections RT Glass Refraction RT Diffuse…

Raytracing Basics

Techniques » Raytracing Techniques » Raytracing Basics

Enabling raytracing To enable raytracing in your scene. Select the root node, in its properties under the Raytracing heading, tick the “enabled” checkbox. You can toggle raytracing using Shift+R or by clicking on the enable raytracing…

Optimisation tools for Virtual Production

Techniques » Virtual Production » Optimisation tools for Virtual Production

Freeze Geometry Just like using Lego, the best way to create most virtual production scenes is by using modular building blocks. By using smaller blocks, you gain much greater flexibility on-set and during the creation process. However, GPUs aren’t very…

Voronoi 2D

Nodes » Post-FX » Generators » Voronoi 2D

Method Generate delaunay triangulation based on a particle system. This process is computationally expensive. Example Nodegraph !Does not function with Ray Tracing nodes. Transform Name Description …

Keyboard Shortcuts

Keyboard Shortcuts

Download these as a PDF We’ve made a quick reference guide (suitable for printing) available as a PDF for download as well. You can get it here. Viewport Keys Orbit Camera Regular Camera Alt + LMB Rotate around pivot point …

Collision Affector

Nodes » Particles » Affectors » Collision Affector

Method This node simulates collisions between particles and a 3D object. It uses ray traced intersections with triangles contained in a bounding volume hierarchy structure. This allows for fast, accurate collisions with 3D objects, but animating, generated or…

Primitive Collision Affector

Nodes » Particles » Affectors » Primitive Collision Affector

Method This node simulates collisions between particles and a 3D primitive. It uses ray traced intersections with triangles contained in a bounding volume hierarchy structure. This allows for fast, accurate collisions with 3D primitive, but animating. Particle Events…

Raytracing Materials

Techniques » Raytracing Techniques » Raytracing Materials

Glass RT Material Glass RT material is a stripped-down version of a default material. Updating BDRF and Alpha/Transparency settings, glass materials can be easily updated to mimic a range of different transparent raytraced materials. Red glass material…

Voxel Cone Lighting

Nodes » Lighting » Voxel Cone Lighting

Method Performs global illumination using a filtered voxel representation of the scene. It voxelises objects by using GPU rasterisation. The voxels are filtered at different resolutions. Coarser resolutions are used for high roughnesses, finer resolutions are used for…

Procedural Shading Node

Nodes » Procedural » Render Nodes » Procedural Shading Node

Method Adjusts the shading of an object based on the shape a procedural. The procedural shape is effectively raytraced, with the ray starting at the object’s surface. This can be used to create an effect similar to a boolean operation on a surface, but without…

Raytracing Lighting

Techniques » Raytracing Techniques » Raytracing Lighting

Basic light On both the Omni and Spotlight you can enable raytracing shadows. Turn raytracing on the root and enable shadow casting on the light. Set shadow map type to Ray Traced. *Ray traced shadows produce accurate soft shadows Area light Turn raytracing on…

Area Light

Nodes » Lighting » Area Light

Method Emit light from a rectangular area, giving a soft light across a scene. An image texture can be input to emit light from the image based on a texture. *This light is great for producing a long flat light source. Example …

Freeze Geometry

Nodes » Geometry » Freeze Geometry

Method Combines multiple geometry nodes and freezes them into a single mesh, preserving the materials of the source geometry. The resulting mesh is static: it won’t be regenerated or updated again until the timeline is reset. Once frozen, the source geometry…

Screen Space Ambient Occlusion

Nodes » Lighting » Screen Space Ambient Occlusion

Method Add a screen space ambient occlusion (SSAO) node to the scene, this will produce subtle ambient occlusion shadows, to ground objects to surfaces and to add depth to geometry details. Example Nodegraph Example …

Multi-GPU

FAQ » Multi-GPU

Is Notch Multi-GPU compatible like …insert raytracing renderer… ? The short answer: Notch currently only supports rendering a frame on a single GPU. To understand why this is the case it’s important to understand the difference between raytracing…

Real-Time Reflections: A Practical Guide

Techniques » Real-Time Reflections: A Practical Guide

Introduction Reflections are one of the most important parts of a realistic scene, and often times the different techniques can get confusing or muddled up. Screen Space Reflections? Planar Reflections? Unless you have been following real-time 3d graphics…

Logic

Nodes » Logic

Method The Logic nodes are used to create a meta logic system within Notch. Time These nodes interact with the Notch projects playhead. Jump to Time Loop Time Selecting Nodes These nodes control the active or inactive state of the nodes below…

Render Still

User Interface » Render Still

Method This window is for rendering a still image from Notch. Presets Label Description Create/Select Preset create or choose preset values for the rendered image. Settings Label Description …

Antialiasing

Nodes » Post-FX » Antialiasing

Method These nodes calculate better antialiasing than the default. Antialiasing nodes don’t apply to the same nodes as the rest of the Post-Fx nodes, and instead, function on these nodes, Cameras (will only be applied when the scene is viewed through a…

Blur

Nodes » Post-FX » Blur

Method Blur nodes defocus images, making them appears less clear. These are useful in many scenarios, from cleaning up the harsh edges on a key mask to creating depth of field for the image. They follow the same order of operations as all the other post-fx…

Image Processing

Nodes » Video Processing » Image Processing

Method These nodes analyse and modify the image with different effects. Can be applied to all the same nodes as the Video Processing group. Unlike Post-FX nodes (many of which are shared with these nodes), these do not affect the parent with the effect and instead…

Auto Bounding Box

Nodes » Geometry » Auto Bounding Box

Method This node generates a bounding box based on the combined size of nodes input into the nodes Bounds Nodes input. Inputs Name Description Typical Node Input Bounds Nodes Input nodes from which a combined bounding box will be…

Video Processing

Nodes » Video Processing

Method Video processing nodes control video post-fx in the scene. Video Processing nodes can be parented to these nodes, and will output an effect. Render To Texture All Video Processing Nodes (although you will mostly use Video Source and Video Null) Aside…

Colour Processing

Nodes » Post-FX » Colour Processing

Method Colour Processing nodes are used to modify the colours in an image. Colour Processing nodes can be applied directly to all the same nodes as the rest of the post-fx nodes. Gallery Apply Colour LUT Colour Grading…

Image Compression

Nodes » Post-FX » Image Compression

Method Compress or decompress images with different kinds of compression. Image Compression nodes can be applied directly to all the same nodes as the rest of the post-fx nodes. Compress UV Animation Decompress UV Animation

Warping

Nodes » Post-FX » Warping

Method These nodes take an image and stretch or squash them in different ways. Warping nodes can be applied directly to all the same nodes as the rest of the post-fx nodes. Gallery Barrel Distortion Bezier Warp…

Stylisation

Nodes » Post-FX » Stylisation

Method These nodes modify the image. Stylisation nodes can be applied directly to all the same nodes as the rest of the post-fx nodes. Gallery 3D Object Outline Cross Hatch Digital Block Glitch Digital Chroma…

Feature Tracking

Nodes » Video Processing » Feature Tracking

Method Feature tracking nodes detect and track features in an image. These nodes are currently under development, so your mileage may vary. Can be applied to all the same nodes as the Video Processing group.

Shading

Nodes » Particles » Shading

Method Shading nodes change the colour or position of the particles in various ways. Some shading nodes are used to tint particles based on their own individual attributes such as their life or velocity; others consider them as a system and shade them by density of…

Distortion

Nodes » Post-FX » Distortion

Method Changes the shape of the image in different ways. Distortion nodes can be applied directly to all the same nodes as the rest of the post-fx nodes. Gallery Distortion Dither Line Distortion Noise RGB…

Nodegraph

User Interface » Nodegraph

Main Window This window contains the node based scripting tools for Notch. Nodegraph Controls Label Description Copy Copy the currently select node or nodes. Cut Copy and delete the currently selected node…

Image Processing

Nodes » Post-FX » Image Processing

Method These nodes analyse and modify the image with different effects. Image Processing nodes can be applied directly to all the same nodes as the rest of the post-fx nodes. Gallery Auto Key Colour Mask Bit Crush …

Select Child Node

Nodes » Logic » Select Child Node

Method Allows you to selectively enable or disable the execution of connected child nodes at runtime based on an index. Only one child node can be active at a time, but when used in conjunction with Null or Execute Child Nodes, you can add a tree of child nodes. This…

Generators

Nodes » Generators

Method These nodes generate different black and white effects that can be overlayed, or used to modify other nodes. Also fields. Lots of cool stuff with fields. Generators can be applied directly to these nodes, however, if applied to other nodes it will affect the…

Node Hierarchies

Node Hierarchies

Data Flow Nodes are connected in a parent / child hierarchy. This is first and foremost a transform hierarchy: parent transformations are applied to the child, composited with the child’s own transformation – so the parent moves the child with itself. The…

Generators

Nodes » Post-FX » Generators

Method These nodes effect the input image by compositing mathematically generated patterns onto them. Generators nodes don’t affect all the same nodes as the rest of the post-fx nodes, as each node functions differently. The Gradient 2D node and Gradient…

Input Output

Nodes » Video Processing » Input Output

Method These nodes control where video is imported from, and where video is output to. Can be applied to all the same nodes as the Video Processing group.

Render To Texture

Nodes » Nodes » Render To Texture

Method This node renders all its child nodes and their sub-trees to a separate off-screen texture / precomposition. This texture may then be applied anywhere that takes an image or video node as input: materials, video nodes, Image2D nodes, Image Planes and so on.…

Post-FX

Nodes » Post-FX

Method Post-FX nodes are mostly effects added onto an image, after the scene is rendered. These can vary from Colour Correction to FXAA antialiasing, and are generally used to enhance an image. The order of operations are decided based on the Y value of the node in…

GetNumChildren()

Javascript » API Reference » Node Object » GetNumChildren()

Purpose Returns the number of child nodes. Syntax int GetNumChildren(); returns an integer of the number of child nodes. Example function Update() { layer = Document.FindLayer("My Layer"); node = layer.FindNode("Frame Buffer"); n =…

GetNumNodes()

Javascript » API Reference » Layer Object » GetNumNodes()

Purpose Returns the number of nodes in the layer. Syntax int GetNumNodes(); returns an integer of the number of nodes in the layer. Example function Update() { layer = Document.FindLayer("My Layer"); var x = layer.GetNumNodes(); }

Depth Processing

Nodes » Video Processing » Depth Processing

Method Depth Processing nodes generate and change depth data using various techniques. Can be applied to all the same nodes as the Video Processing group. Luminance From Depth

Motion Processing

Nodes » Video Processing » Motion Processing

Method These nodes analyse a video for movement, and give outputs based on that movement. Can be applied to all the same nodes as the Video Processing group.

Blacktrax Array

Nodes » Interactive » Array Sources » Blacktrax Array

Method Takes multiple Blacktrax Trackables and instantiates the child nodes at the tracked points. You can track either the rigid body positions and rotation (Centroids) of given trackables or every LED of the trackable. See the Array Sources node to see how this…

Timeline

User Interface » Timeline

Top Bar This window lists all of the layers and effects in the current project, useful for sequencing and timing effects to run together. Timeline Controls Label Description Copy Copy the currently select node or nodes.…

Render To Surfaces

Nodes » Nodes » Render To Surfaces

Method This node renders connected objects and lights onto the surface of chosen objects. Attributes Name Description Width Width of rendered texture. Height Width of rendered texture. Background Colour …

Lighting

Nodes » Lighting

Method Lighting nodes are nodes that control lighting in a scene. Most emit light from different shapes or objects, but some control how light is emitted or scattered in the scene. Lighting nodes are generally hooked into the Root node, although they can be applied…

Spline Follower

Nodes » Nodes » Spline Follower

Method This node translates a child object along an input spline. The child may also optionally be rotated to point along the direction of the spline. Attributes Name Description Spline Time The percentage along the spline the child…

Rendering

Nodes » Particles » Rendering

Method Rendering nodes visualise the particles by spawning images, meshes or trails. Multiple rendering nodes may be connected to the same particle system, allowing the same particles to be rendered in multiple different ways at once. Any Rendering nodes need to be…

Rendering

Nodes » Fields » Rendering

Method Rendering nodes visualise the field or control how it is rendered and shaded. Any Rendering nodes need to be connected to a Field Root node, and will only render fields within that field system (unless modified appropriately). Rendering …

Effectors

Nodes » Cloning » Effectors

Method Effector nodes modify the transformation values of clones in cloner node systems. Effectors are hooked into Cloning nodes as inputs. Gallery FFT Effector Image Effector Plain Effector Randomise Effector …

Cloners and Particles

Techniques » Raytracing Techniques » Cloners and Particles

Cloners Cloners will work well with any raytracing nodes and scenes, as long as they are using shape 3d’s or 3d objects. Particles Particles will work well with any raytracing nodes and scenes, as long as they are using shape 3d’s or 3d objects. …

Materials

Nodes » Materials

Method Material nodes control how light interacts with the surfaces of objects. These nodes will accept a material input as a material. 3D Object Shape 3D Shatter Primitive 3D Text Multi Material (Used to create new materials from other…

Generators

Nodes » Procedural » Generators

Method These nodes serve the purpose of generating a distance field for use in a procedural. Usually, the starting point in the process of creating a procedural surface or volume is to add one of these nodes. Gallery 3D…

Imported 3D Scene

Nodes » Geometry » Imported 3D Scene

Method This node instanciates a 3D scene which has been imported from one of the valid scene file formats: Lightwave LWS, FBX or Cinema4D. The scene resource must be set via the “Lightwave Scene” parameter. The scene is then rendered faithfully to the…

Spline

Nodes » Geometry » Spline

Method This node defines a spline in 3D space from a number of control points. Control points are specified by linking Null nodes to the Spline Nodes input. The position of each Null is used as the position of the control point; the rotation of the Null is used to…

UV Camera

Nodes » Cameras » UV Camera

Method Renders the contents of a connected 3D objects surface back into its UV texture map. This is most commonly used with media servers for projection mapped objects, where Notch renders the contents of the object’s surface and passes it to the media server…

Procedural

Nodes » Procedural

Method In Notch a procedural is a 3-dimensional field of signed distances. This is often known as a Signed Distance Field. An SDF alone does not represent geometry, but surfaces and volumes can be extracted from the field and rendered conventionally. Notch provides…

Raytracing Techniques

Techniques » Raytracing Techniques

Raytracing Basics Raytracing Lighting Raytracing Nodes An overview of basic raytracing setup. Raytraced light examples. Raytraced nodes groups. Reflections and Refractions Pathtracer Basics…

Text String

Nodes » Text Strings » Text String

Method This node can be used to represent a text string, which can be used to input text into other nodes – typically the Text node or string manipulation nodes such as Combine Text Strings and Split Text Strings. Example Example…

Cameras

Nodes » Cameras

Method Cameras are used to view a 3D scene. Cameras are generally hooked into the Root node, although they can be applied to any node – they will still appear in the scene as long as there is a path to a Root node; they will inherit the transformation values…

State Machine

Nodes » Logic » State Machine

Method The definition of a state machine is: a logic device which can be in one of a set number of stable conditions depending on its previous condition and on the present values of its inputs The Notch State Machine system allows certain nodes to become active on…

State Machine State

Nodes » Logic » State Machine State

Method The State Machine State acts as a parent to a set of child nodes. When the state is active, the child nodes will be executed / rendered. This node should be parented to a State Machine node. The state can have one or multiple State Machine Events connected to…

Fake Glass Material

Techniques » Fake Glass Material

Method Transparent materials such as glass or liquid are quite tricky to reproduce correctly in a real time engine. It is often necessary to cheat to get as close as possible to a pure and slow ray traced rendering. Sample Project Fake Glass Material…

Fields

Nodes » Fields

Introduction A field is a grid of voxels. A voxel is a 3D pixel that contains the following data: “Ink” – RGBA Colour information “Movement Vector” – XYZ Vector By holding colour / “ink” information in the voxel,…

Transform Array

Nodes » Interactive » Array Sources » Transform Array

Method This node is used to create an Array of ‘points’ from various other internal Notch sources. Specifically: Point Source Effect Sets of Nulls Multiple Null nodes can be attached to the Point Source input to create an array…

Cylindrical Camera

Nodes » Cameras » Cylindrical Camera

Method Cylindrical Camera enables a 360 degree panoramic render. Transform Name Description Position X Move its position along the x-axis in local space. Position Y Move its position along the y-axis in local space.…

Cloning

Nodes » Cloning

Method Cloning nodes clone 3D objects in various ways. Cloning is supported for 3D Objects, 3D Shapes, and Image Planes. Cloning is rendered using hardware instancing on the GPU, making it performance efficient. To clone an object it must be parented to the output of…

Rigid Body Collision Affector

Nodes » Particles » Affectors » Rigid Body Collision Affector

Method This node simulates collisions between particles and a Rigid Body Systems. Attributes Name Description Collision Velocity Scale Scales the velocity of the particle after a collision so they can be made to slow down. Point…

Multi Camera

Nodes » Cameras » Multi Camera

Method The Multi Camera node enables multiple camera views to be rendered simultaneously, for example for output to a single media server canvas. Multiple cameras are passed in via the Camera Nodes input and combined into the main canvas with the views arranged…

Using Substance Designer Materials with Procedurals

Nodes » Materials » Substance Material » Using Substance Designer Materials with Procedurals

Using Substance Material with Procedurals Meshes. You can use Substance Designer Materials with Procedurals Meshes. It works the same way as with standard material. Unlike a classic object, you simply need to add a node…

Sound

Nodes » Sound

Method These nodes control sound and sound output in Notch. They can be applied to any node in Notch and will either play sound in the scene, or record sound from an audio input device. Outputs can be used as an input to other nodes to drive effects such as the FFT…

Particles

Nodes » Particles

Method Particle nodes are nodes used in a particles system. This system starts with a Particle Root Node, and is built out with Emitter, Affector and Shader nodes, before finally being rendered to the camera with a Renderer node. The Particle Root Node contains the…

Curve Editor

User Interface » Curve Editor

Main Window This window lists all of the keyed attributes for the selected nodes and shows how the values between the keys will be interpolated. Note that “interpolation” is also known as “easing”. Curve Editor…

Screen Space Reflections

Nodes » Lighting » Screen Space Reflections

Method Generate screen space reflections (SSR) for objects in the scene. To see this function, “Reflections” must be enabled in the objects material node or section. ! The material nodes Roughness attribute defines the clarity of the reflections, with…