Washed Out Trees Near Edges of Render

  • For a little while there has been a weird bug that I have come across. For some reason whenever I use Escape trees and if they are near the edge of the render they either get odd reflections or become white somehow. At first i thought it was fog or something weird with my settings so I reset everything to default and have downgraded the version I have of Enscape several times with no success. I noticed when i change the quality of the render to draft it goes away. If I point the camera lower away from the trees the white edges go away. I didn't know if anyone else was having this problem as well? I tried to find it in the forum but couldn't find a discussion on this topic. Hopefully one of you can point me in the right direction. Thanks!


    Here is the corner of a project I am working on where the trees along the bottom and the right edge have been washed out.


    If I move the camera slightly lower the white goes away except for the tree on the lower left which is near the edge.


    Here is the same area when i reduce the quality to draft.

  • Khagan25

    Changed the title of the thread from “White trees on near edges of renders” to “Washed Out Trees Near Edges of Render”.
  • That is true.

    Enscape should work on perfomance of color/materials on distance camera.

    The appearance of materials is way different when the camera close to the object and far away from the object.

    Please fix this.

  • thats allready been reported...

    win 10 | 2080ti | dual xeon w2687w | 128gig ram | asus mainboard | ssd | htc vive | asus proart 4k monitor

    modelling stuff with sketchup, drawing stuff with vectorworks, rendering with cinema4d r20 + corona render & now of course, enscape :)

    but best of all > experiencing stuff in VR with enscape !!

  • nope - no solutions but its noted by the devs.. got to wait for them on this one

    win 10 | 2080ti | dual xeon w2687w | 128gig ram | asus mainboard | ssd | htc vive | asus proart 4k monitor

    modelling stuff with sketchup, drawing stuff with vectorworks, rendering with cinema4d r20 + corona render & now of course, enscape :)

    but best of all > experiencing stuff in VR with enscape !!