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Old 02-23-2013, 04:39 PM   #1
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converting 32 bit exr to 8 bit in PS

I am trying to collapse a render i created in Vray to 8 bit. I have all separate render elements and I want to keep them when I convert it, but if I choose don't merge, when I convert,, I don't get the HDR toning option and once its converted, the image gets completely blown out.

Any suggestions on how I can do this. I'm using CS6

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OK, it seems I can take each element before i comp them and convert them to 16 bit. So that will do.
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