The motion blur settings available in the render target "MB" tab are parameters used by the plugin to control additional Octane features, like the type of objects enabled or the motion blur steps, but if you are talking about the "MultiPass" tab motion blur settings, they are there only as a legacy feature used when Octane didn't have native motion blur ... it is a fake MB effect done rendering the scene in multiple passes, that now it is only useful in some rare cases, for example while rendering scenes including simulations from realflow.
Hope it helps,
juanjgon wrote:The only parameters related to the motion blur used by the plugin from the LightWave camera settings are the enable option (setting it to photoreal in LW2015 or enabling the motion blur in LW2018) and the blur length. The blur length in Octane is limited to the 0% to 100% range, so it is not possible to get trails larger than one frame currently.
juanjgon wrote:Sorry, I'm not sure to understand you. Can you please share the scene to take a look at it?
sjonsjine wrote:juanjgon wrote:Sorry, I'm not sure to understand you. Can you please share the scene to take a look at it?
Hi Juan, I have attached a similar simple scene, here the motion blur is in front of the moving cube instead of after the moving cube.
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