Author Topic: Reddish Color in Render  (Read 254 times)

2019-02-16, 12:50:30

Studioviz3D

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hi all,
The wood material that I used in the scene came up strangely in reddish color tone.
Any advise to fix it?

And what do you think abut the lighting guys?

thank you.


2019-02-16, 15:53:01
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sprayer

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Check saturation in VFB. Did you use color correction node on texture?

Fireflies are from wrong setup light\materials ;)
« Last Edit: 2019-02-16, 15:59:10 by sprayer »

2019-02-16, 15:56:53
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Noah45

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If you haven't, use ies profiles, and that closet is scary
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2019-02-16, 19:29:07
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Studioviz3D

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If you haven't, use ies profiles, and that closet is scary
i used ies lights for downlights. I havent set up the closet lights yet :)

2019-02-16, 19:32:52
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Check saturation in VFB. Did you use color correction node on texture?

Fireflies are from wrong setup light\materials ;)
this material is standard corona wood oak material. i didnt use any color correction. I stopped before full render thats why there is fireflies all over.

do i need to apply color correction on standard corona material?





2019-02-20, 00:38:30
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mferster

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Are you using and LUTs or a high contrast in your frame buffer? Also generally speaking I usually reduce the saturation in my tonemapping for most of my renders.

2019-02-20, 08:16:59
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sprayer

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Check saturation in VFB. Did you use color correction node on texture?

Fireflies are from wrong setup light\materials ;)
They are more or less visible but if they exist this is something wrong
this material is standard corona wood oak material. i didnt use any color correction. I stopped before full render thats why there is fireflies all over.

do i need to apply color correction on standard corona material?
Sure you may reduce saturation for texture, but better find out what is cause this, you may share scene or part of scene with problem, so people can look at it

2019-02-20, 13:39:27
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