I'm a new user to Hitfilm 3 Pro and loving it but I have a question about rendering with antialiasing. I'm having issues rendering quality videos using 3D models. I understand low poly models and bad texture are a factor but the models I'm using seem to be fairly high quality
I've search the forums and the Interwebs but can't find much so I thought I'd post for assistance. I figured out that final render must be in antialiasing and that there are advanced settings under H.264 render that can be adjusted. I've set the render quality to Profile- high, Level 5.1 with a target bit rate of 30 and a and a max of 50 but I'm still getting antialiasing. Not really found of rending in H.264 as I prefer Pro Res 4444 but I have to dummy down Pro Res for Youtube anyway so I'll get by.
I wonder if lights on moving objects along with a moving background has an effect on antialiasing?
I have two composite shots. The first one contains a background image, 4 sphere models for the Earth, 1 Earth, 2 Cloud Layers and a Halo layer and they are rotating. On top of that there are 2 Tie Fighters and a Lambda Shuttle all in a separate composite shot to control the lighting on the models without the first composite shot lights effecting them.
Here is a video example if you don't mind taking a look - https://youtu.be/5MArP7KClqQ
3.2 GHz Intel Core i5
Ram -16 GB
NVIDIA GeForce GT 755M 1024 MB
Am I right with the render settings and composite shots construction? Any help would be appreciated.