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    Posted: 21.Aug.2011 at 18:57
Can anyone tell me why I get a completely different color on my renderings then I have on my view? Also what would be the very best possable rendering set? For instants the best I have found so far, and it is not very good at all, is 40mm IMAX (cine) 4096x3003, my preset set to mental. ray.no.gi and set to production.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 21.Aug.2011 at 19:59
What do you mean by "different color"?
Can you post some images so we can see the difference?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 21.Aug.2011 at 20:24

I believe it is a lighting issue. I switched from target spot to sun light and now get a better render. Before the brown was a bright yellow.

Below is a rendered view. I am getting closer however still not the realism I am looking for. Thanks

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 21.Aug.2011 at 20:35
Here you go its back. I change to 70mm IMAX (CINE)  AND CHANGED THE PRESET TO MENTAL.RAY.NO.GI and i get this ugly result.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 22.Aug.2011 at 21:30
Yes, there is definitely a problem with your lighting. The scene is just getting blown out. You may need to adjust the settings in the Environment dialog, (Rendering menu > Environment). Try the various exposure control settings.

You may also need to adjust your Gamma/LUT settings, (Rendering menu > Gamma/LUT Setup).

Read through the Max Help files for instructions on how to adjust your settings.
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