Author Topic: Exposure in photgraphic parameters missing 3ds max 2022  (Read 446 times)

2022-08-17, 16:21:01

Raphk12

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I am trying to render an image in corona 3ds 2022 but when I place a camera the entire render image is all bright and washed out. Im following along a video and the guy uses "simple EV" to adjust the contrast but that tab isnt there for me. Can someone please help me locate that tab so I can adjust the exposure. Thank you!

2022-08-17, 16:43:44
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TomG

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A screen shot of what you see would help, as right now I am not sure which "tab" you are referring to (in the VFB, you mean?)
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2022-08-17, 17:25:44
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Raphk12

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Im following a video and the section circled in red is what im missing. I have everything else in that screen capture but that "photographic parameters" section. Without it im unable to adjust the exposure. I just started today so im still a little clueless about most of the navigation. Thank you for your help!

2022-08-17, 18:07:39
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TomG

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That changed with the new tone mapping stack, probably best and most helpful thing to look at is
t=170s (well, the whole of the video, but that and the section after it details getting the tone mapping stack into the camera and editing it there; usually I just adjust things in the VFB though and don't bother with camera overrides, unless you have two cameras that need two different settings for exposure etc.) Hope this helps!
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2022-08-18, 03:17:07
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Thank you for you help mate I appreciate it. Ill check it out later today when I get the chance. Thank you once again :)