Author Topic: Corona VFB Image Quality  (Read 1676 times)

2019-06-02, 19:21:23

Gr100

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I’ve been having trouble with the outputs from Corona VFB: the
Quality of the rendering in the VFB is nice a crispy but when opened in
Photoshop or any other software, the quality of the image I far lower than in the VFB
Regardless of whether I save as jpg, tiff or any other image type.... Image is “blurry”.
For an example and image rendered at 12k looks about 800 px...
Please help!!!

2019-06-02, 19:29:59
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vblackrender.

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Maybe you are exporting your image as .jpeg instead of png?

2019-06-02, 19:48:38
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Gr100

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I used various different types but I can’t recall saving as png.
And which renderer on the market would limit you to png only?
That wouldnt be very practical. Ps I’ve never had the problem until V3 and somehow I still can’t get
Older versions of Corona to work anyway...

2019-06-03, 11:43:20
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difference only in color/contrast or is it really blurry? First thought was that you might have a wrong color management in Photoshop … 

2019-06-03, 13:03:07
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2019-06-05, 11:30:33
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kraphik3d

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disable denoising from settings?

2019-06-09, 14:29:36
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Gr100

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Thank you guys so much for your reply, I’ve been super busy and couldn’t get back to the post but I appreciate your responses. The image had 2.8% noise level ; that’s production quality I guess and at 12k there’s was really no need to use the denoiser like some of you suggest so I disabled it and was able to get a better quality render. I find the images is still a bit blurry but enough to work with.
By the way I’m using srgb profiles...