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The white square in the middle of the screen.

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Screen Shot 2020-04-18 at 11.10.18 PM.pngSo as anyone could see, the names pretty self-explanatory--What's the white square the camera keeps placing in the middle of the frame, and how do I get it to go away so it stops showing up in the rendered version of the film each time I attempt to export it?

 

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The white square in the middle of the screen.

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Screen Shot 2020-04-18 at 11.10.18 PM.pngSo as anyone could see, the names pretty self-explanatory--What's the white square the camera keeps placing in the middle of the frame, and how do I get it to go away so it stops showing up in the rendered version of the film each time I attempt to export it?

 

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Nothing to do with the camera. That's the preview window of an effect like Remove Grain. You need to change the settings of the effect to final output to make it go away. You might want to educate yourself about such basic things if you use those effects.

 

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