Render Settings: Anti-aliasing

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Instructor Patrick Goski

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Learn about what Anti-aliasing does for you.

In this video you will learn about the Anti-aliasing settings. If you have issues with boiling textures, jagged lines, lots of noise, then you are having issues with aliasing. Anti-aliasing increases the sampling of a pixel to help find the most appropriate value to display, providing you with a more accurate representation of your 3D scene.
Learn about the various Anti-aliasing modes, the Min. and Max. Levels, the threshold and how to use "Use object properties" in conjunction with the Compositing tag's "Force Anti-aliasing" checkbox to control the Anti-aliasing on a per object basis, giving you fine control over the sampling within your scenes.