Author Topic: Gamma setting  (Read 4633 times)

2013-03-18, 16:29:10

grafichissimo

  • Active Users
  • **
  • Posts: 175
    • View Profile
    • METROVISUAL
Maybe someone already did ask about this, where is the gamma post production setting gone?
It was very very usefull!
For interior or exterior light the gamma correction is very important i think, can we bring it back???
Cheers!
Davide Chicco - www.metrovisual.co.uk

2013-03-18, 16:56:24
Reply #1

zouhair_psi

  • Active Users
  • **
  • Posts: 62
    • View Profile
you have to change the ui type in About corona renderer from prodution de devel/dedug, then you will found it in development/experimental stuff

2013-03-18, 16:57:40
Reply #2

Ludvik Koutny

  • VIP
  • Active Users
  • ***
  • Posts: 2557
  • Just another user
    • View Profile
    • My Portfolio
It is generally not intended as a means of artistic correction. Proper workflow would be to render more brighter washed out image and add contrast in postprocess phase ;)

2013-03-18, 17:20:22
Reply #3

Ondra

  • Administrator
  • Active Users
  • *****
  • Posts: 9048
  • Turning coffee to features since 2009
    • View Profile
yep, linear workflow is not optional ;)
Rendering is magic.How to get minidumps for crashed/frozen 3ds Max | Sorry for short replies, brief responses = more time to develop Corona ;)

2013-03-18, 17:25:46
Reply #4

grafichissimo

  • Active Users
  • **
  • Posts: 175
    • View Profile
    • METROVISUAL
Thanks for reply, I will check, anyway as Rawalanche said the proper process has to be done in post but sometime is quick and easy make it in the max viewport also it will help to understand better the image.
I did it find so clever and simple compare with the other famous engine.
Thanks again
Davide Chicco - www.metrovisual.co.uk

2013-03-18, 17:28:26
Reply #5

Ludvik Koutny

  • VIP
  • Active Users
  • ***
  • Posts: 2557
  • Just another user
    • View Profile
    • My Portfolio
I think what you need is a better working contrast feature. I have pointed out numerous times that Contrast feature needs a lot more improvement, because at the moment it burns black areas instead of introducing contrast to image ;)

Let's hope Ondra will find some time for it ;)

2013-03-18, 17:37:23
Reply #6

grafichissimo

  • Active Users
  • **
  • Posts: 175
    • View Profile
    • METROVISUAL
Yes the contrast as you said produce some strange behavior , usually i bring down the gamma i bring up the multiply of the light intensity and than i cut the Highlight, easy quick, job done!
Davide Chicco - www.metrovisual.co.uk