Started by dorianvan, July 13, 2013, 07:54:43 pm
Quote from: dorianvan on July 18, 2013, 03:26:15 pm@Bjur, I tried your settings, but two things happened; overall colors changed a little (more saturated or something), and all shadows have jitters now.
Quote from: Matt on September 27, 2007, 04:52:33 pmSoft Clip effect is a (proprietary) tone mapping which alters the brightness of pixels to improve the appearance of very bright objects in the image, giving a result more similar to photographic film than traditional 2D graphics. Most digital cameras implement something similar; it's very hard to take a nice photograph without it. Areas of the image which would otherwise be much brighter than white are brought into the visible range so that details can be seen, and it avoids hard boundaries around bright halos. Soft-clip effect, Contrast and Gamma Correction do not apply to .EXR or other HDR formats - they are only applied when saving to low dynamic range formats (BMP, TIFF etc.) or when viewing the rendered image on the monitor.Matt