C_Prisming v1.2


 
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Contributor: Chris Charlton
Alpha driven refraction of light, can be use bend the light for convex and concave surfaces or just split a ray into a rainbow.
Requirements:
11.0, 10.5, 10.0, 9.0, 8.0, 7.1, 7.0 or later
Linux, Mac, Windows
08 Aug 2019
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Alpha driven refraction of light, can be use bend the light for convex and concave surfaces or just split a ray into a rainbow.

Uses Normalish v1.1 by Khari Anthony

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+1 # darren coombes 2019-07-22 04:48
This errors when loading nuke script into nuke..
this is the output of the Error Console..
ERROR: C_Prisming.note _font_color: Nothing is named "C_Prisming_note_font_color"
ERROR: C_Prisming1.Dir ection: Nothing is named "parent.Direction"
ERROR: C_Prisming1.Amo unt: Nothing is named "parent.Amount"
ERROR: C_Prisming1.Blu rFallOff: Nothing is named "parent.BlurFallOff"
ERROR: C_Prisming1.Blu r: Nothing is named "parent.Blur"
ERROR: C_Prisming1.Sat uration: Nothing is named "parent.Saturation"
ERROR: LumatoNormals.b aseblur.size: Nothing is named "parent.parent.Size"
ERROR: LumatoNormals.p lainblur.size: Nothing is named "parent.parent.Distance"
ERROR: C_Prisming2.not e_font_color: Nothing is named "C_Prisming_note_font_color"
ERROR: C_Prisming3.Dir ection: Nothing is named "parent.Direction"
ERROR: C_Prisming3.Amo unt: Nothing is named "parent.Amount"
ERROR: C_Prisming3.Blu rFallOff: Nothing is named "parent.BlurFallOff"
ERROR: C_Prisming3.Blu r: Nothing is named "parent.Blur"
ERROR: C_Prisming3.Sat uration: Nothing is named "parent.Saturation"
ERROR: LumatoNormals1. baseblur.size: Nothing is named "parent.parent.Size"
ERROR: LumatoNormals1. plainblur.size: Nothing is named "parent.parent.Distance"

When you open the group it's empty.
On linux btw.
 
 
0 # Chris Charlton 2019-08-08 06:02
Yeah just noticed it was playing up.... I'll get a better version up soon. Cheers for the feedback
 
 
0 # Chris Charlton 2019-08-08 06:31
So it turned out to be a "font_color" being set (?) so that pushed the insides outside lol, quick fix in text editor fixed it. Should be all good now, let me know.
 

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