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Horsepower
10-31-2010, 09:24 AM
Problem with Vue 8.5xStream RenderOptions>UserSettings in 3dsMax2011!
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I have made a scene with 3dsMax2010+Vue8.4xStream.
Now I updated the applications to 3dsMax2011+Vue8.5xStream.

I re-opened the Max scene.
Tried to rendering: all is ok!

But I tried to switch RenderOptions, in the Vue PluginInterface of 3dsMax, from the default "Automatic"(based on native renderer sampling quality), to "UserSettings".
I put the settings for "AntiAliasing">TextureFiltering= 33%.

- Now, the problem is that the bushes turn to a too much saturated green color! Why?

I also tried to switch from "Automatic" to "UserSettings" without TextureFiltering=33% (TextureFiltering=unchecked), and all rendering OK!

I also tried to turn Options to "Broadcast". All is OK!

- But for Broadcast the time to rendering the animation is too much long, due to the TextureAntialiasing of Vue engine more high.

- How can I do to rendering with "UserSettings">TextureFiltering Options without strong saturation problems?

- I also tried to re-turn to "Automatic", after the activation of the TextureFiltering=33%, but the color of the bushes is also bad saturated with Automatic setting this time!Why?

- What causes this behavior?

See the attached images.
Rendering with RenderOptions>"Automatic":
http://www.renderosity.com/mod/forumpro/media/folder_10/file_460918.jpg (http://www.renderosity.com/mod/forumpro/media/folder_10/file_460918.jpg)
Rendering with RenderOptions>"UserSettings"+TextureFiltering=33% (bad):
http://www.renderosity.com/mod/forumpro/media/folder_10/file_460919.jpg (http://www.renderosity.com/mod/forumpro/media/folder_10/file_460919.jpg)

Thanks!

geekatplay
11-12-2010, 10:37 PM
Be sure you enabled liner workflow on textures in Vue. I may wrong but sound to me that collor correction in max set to 2.2 and Vue give you 1 for output textures.

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