Author Topic: [RESOLVED] Different colors VFB - Saved images  (Read 906 times)

2021-10-07, 12:46:59

dipozzo

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Hello Corona Team!
Why is there ALWAYS a difference between the colors in the VFB and the image saved and opened with windows? If I open it with the smartphone the colors are like the VFB, so correct.

How can I fix this problem?

Thank you so much!

C4D R25 (also with C4D R23)
Corona 8 (also with the v7)
Win 11 (also with win 10)
« Last Edit: 2021-10-07, 17:36:41 by Beanzvision »

2021-10-07, 14:33:54
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Beanzvision

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Hi, can you share an example of these differences? Do you also get the same result if rendered using the Cinema's standard renderer?

2021-10-07, 14:58:26
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Yes, it's the same with C4D mats.
I attached the Corona and C4D examples.

Thanks again!

2021-10-07, 15:09:47
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What happens if you uncheck "Use Cinema4D Color Space" in Preferences>Corona?
Learn how to report bugs for Corona in C4D here.

2021-10-07, 15:23:31
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Same problem.
(If I disable the C4D color space, Corona no longer asks me if I want to save the alpha or not)

2021-10-07, 15:26:44
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I noticed that when I open the saved images from the VFB, for 1 second the color appears correct, then instantly it becomes wrong.

D:

2021-10-07, 15:40:06
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SOLVED!
I changed the monitor color space to srgb iec61966-2.

Thanks again!

2021-10-07, 17:36:05
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That's great! Thanks for keeping the thread updated. ;)