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Corona Renderer for Cinema 4D - general / Re: Fireflies!
« on: 2019-02-21, 18:54:38 »
Thank you Konichowaa!
I think your suggestion was a good one. My lighting setup was indeed mostly an HDRI with a Corona compositing tag with an illuminating skyline backplate (also with a Corona compositing tag.) I already did a quick test and it reduced the fireflies by a lot. I am slammed with a deadline at the moment and will fiddle with the jpeg option when I get some time.
Great idea, thank you!!

Corona Renderer for Cinema 4D - general / Re: Fireflies!
« on: 2019-02-19, 16:42:55 »
Thank you Beanzvision and Evan.
Unfortunately the project is tied up with NDAs and it would take me some time to strip out the "secret" stuff, so I can't post the file. Thank you beanzvision for suggesting and offering.
Evan (Erik here btw), thank you for the very accurate analysis. It is indeed a low light, high contrast situation. I am going to try two things. More passes and then also adding more light and then adjusting to get the drama in the post effects. I have this file set up for Lightmix too, so I will try that too.
Oddly enough, since this isn't 100% about photorealism, the fireflies added some detail/sparkle/something in the shadows that actually helped with the final presentation rendering. That being said, my professional curiosity would like to scrub them out.
I really appreciate the generous and helpful replies.

Corona Renderer for Cinema 4D - general / Fireflies!
« on: 2019-02-15, 21:46:38 »
Hi all,
This is my first post to this fabulous forum.
I have been unable to de-firefly my image, and there are a lot of them. I am hoping I can get some clues/help from the group to help me better understand the process.
I am posting a section of the rendering and some settings related.
Any pointers are appreciated.

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