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Corona Renderer for 3ds Max => [Max] Bug Reporting => Topic started by: Bormax on 2019-11-12, 20:23:47

Title: 360 panorama stitch problem
Post by: Bormax on 2019-11-12, 20:23:47
Hi
I have problem with different lightness on edges of spherical images rendered with Corona 5. It's clearly visible on the seam on opposite side of the camera target.
Rendered the same scene with Corona 4RC3 and didn't get these kind of artifacts
Title: Re: 360 panorama steach problem
Post by: mike288 on 2019-11-13, 09:03:05
Hi, are you using denoising? And if yes, which?
Title: Re: 360 panorama steach problem
Post by: Bormax on 2019-11-13, 09:52:40
Yes, these pictures denoised by Corona HQ denoiser
Title: Re: 360 panorama steach problem
Post by: rowmanns on 2019-11-13, 09:58:14
Hi,

Are you using the High Quality filtering? If so, please try and switch to Tent filtering and see if this solves the problem.

Thanks,

Rowan

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Title: Re: 360 panorama steach problem
Post by: Bormax on 2019-11-13, 10:16:41
Hi,

Are you using the High Quality filtering? If so, please try and switch to Tent filtering and see if this solves the problem.

Thanks,

Rowan

Yes, I used HQ filtering. I'll try Tent
Title: Re: 360 panorama steach problem
Post by: rowmanns on 2019-11-13, 10:20:10
Hi,

Okay, let me know how you get on, we are aware that this kind of issue can happen with the HQ filtering and we are working on a fix.

Rowan
Title: Re: 360 panorama steach problem
Post by: Bormax on 2019-11-13, 10:44:54
Pictures rendered with Tent filtering do not have these artifacts. I'll go on with it until this problem of HQ filtering will be fixed. Thanks