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Re: HDRI render tests

Post by Originalplan® » Wed Apr 06, 2016 3:30 am

Oscar J wrote:I think you might have had misunderstood the whole concept of HDRI's from Indigo. :) Indigo exports 32 bit HDRI images with a huge dynamic range, which allows almost endless post pro possibilities. These 32 bit images can be created with a normal camera by combining many exposures, but Indigo doesn't need that since it stores all necessary information internally to create a HDRI.
See Oscar that i understand! Thanks!
Yep i didn't know Indigo is capable of exporting 32bit HDRI.
I seen that from c4d it can export 32bit tiff but there was no info on HDRI....and since mainly in graphic you will use a tiff not HDRI.
Ok cool! Its not necessary i get it now. :mrgreen:

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Re: HDRI render tests

Post by pixie » Wed Apr 06, 2016 5:46 am

Originalplan® wrote:See Oscar that i understand! Thanks!
Yep i didn't know Indigo is capable of exporting 32bit HDRI.
I seen that from c4d it can export 32bit tiff but there was no info on HDRI....and since mainly in graphic you will use a tiff not HDRI.
Ok cool! Its not necessary i get it now. :mrgreen:
EXR is a 32 bit format after all. :) You still can save 3 pngs or more with different expositions and make an hdr out of it just because! :P

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Re: HDRI render tests

Post by galinette » Wed Apr 06, 2016 7:17 am

pixie wrote:Camera has a low gammut, so you take multiple shots so that you can interpolate the full gammut.
You are talking about dynamic range, gamut is a different thing. Cameras have a low dynamic range, so you take multiple shots so that you can interpolate the full dynamic range.
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Re: HDRI render tests

Post by pixie » Wed Apr 06, 2016 8:51 am

galinette wrote:
pixie wrote:Camera has a low gammut, so you take multiple shots so that you can interpolate the full gammut.
You are talking about dynamic range, gamut is a different thing. Cameras have a low dynamic range, so you take multiple shots so that you can interpolate the full dynamic range.
Quite on the spot!

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Re: HDRI render tests

Post by Zalevskiy » Thu Jun 16, 2016 3:13 pm

555 HDRI render tests (only .png with names) :?

http://www.mediafire.com/download/j30km ... ri_jpg.rar
555HDRI.jpg

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Re: HDRI render tests

Post by Originalplan® » Thu Jun 16, 2016 9:02 pm

Zalevskiy wrote:555 HDRI render tests (only .png with names) :?

http://www.mediafire.com/download/j30km ... ri_jpg.rar
555HDRI.jpg
Nice images! This thread was a test Zalevskiy...it did not produce any usefull results. I just could not delete it.

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