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jamduv
Adept I

AMD FireRender Exposer Control

Hello all,

I don't know, who else on here has been trying out the FIrerender plugin recently released for 3ds max, though plenty of kinks to work out, I was wondering if anyone else is having problems with rendered images being overexposed, no matter what setting is enabled on the environments tabs,

Thank you in advance.

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jtrudeau
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Re: AMD FireRender Exposer Control

Welcome! Whiltelisted, moved this topic into the FirePro forum.

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dmitryk
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Re: AMD FireRender Exposer Control

Hi jamduv,

Can you provide your system configuration, namely:

1) OS

2) GPU

3) Driver version

4) 3dsMax version

5) The scene demonstrating the issue

Thanks,

-Dmitry

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rodol
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Re: AMD FireRender Exposer Control

im going to talk about my experience maybe it help you.

when you change from a render to a physical render (havent tested this on 3ds ) your materials have to account for energy .

for example on "blender render"switching to "luxrender"  you have to change the  amount of light reflected by the material

on blender is on the color picker

so from my exp i can say your scene is like that because you have very bright material of course i could be wrong

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