Difference between revisions of "Put a logo on your render with composite nodes"

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First, you must get your logo in a picture file. I would suggest PNG to keep transparency (alpha) and details. We take this logo as example.
 
First, you must get your logo in a picture file. I would suggest PNG to keep transparency (alpha) and details. We take this logo as example.
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Open Blender. Separate your 3d view and get a Node view.

Revision as of 15:34, 28 October 2006

Sometimes you need to make a lot of renders fast and don't want to do a lot of post production in a 2D software. That's where Blender's nodes are powerfull. We will see how to stick a logo on each render you make, instantly.

First, you must get your logo in a picture file. I would suggest PNG to keep transparency (alpha) and details. We take this logo as example. Logo.png

Open Blender. Separate your 3d view and get a Node view.