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Article Number: 72 | VC4 | VC3 | Post Date: September 28, 2018 | Last Updated: September 28, 2018


How do I hide the blue friction cones when I use “render model: current”? How do I hide the interposition boxes and cg lines?

When creating an animation using “current”, you can hide the cg lines and interposition boxes by using “hide extras”. To hide the blue friction codes, simply hide the auto-ees or ees objects in the project menu.

In the example below, the “hide extras” option is enabled and the auto-ees object is hidden.

Note, friction cones, cg lines, and interpositions are not shown when animations are rendered in direct light or skylight modes.

You can learn more about creating videos here: https://www.vcrashusa.com/vcrash-academy-camera-rendering


Tags: ees objects, auto-ees, friction cones, cones, hiding cones, how to hide blue cones.


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