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    Oscar Anchondo - Interior, Drawer
    http://oscaranchondo.wixsite.com/3dartist/drawer

    (pom nodes needed, download at > http://www.db-w.com/download/categor...htwave-plugins)
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    Oscar Anchondo - The Loft  200MB
    http://oscaranchondo.wixsite.com/3dartist/3d-models

    warning: HEAVY scene
    tip: remove highres objects in scene editor when test-rendering

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    Just tried. Worked for me... :-\
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    Quote Originally Posted by fishhead View Post
    Just tried. Worked for me... :-\
    strange - always get a 404
    but it works when using
    http://oscaranchondo.wixsite.com/3dartist/loft

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    Matt Gorner - Gamma Correction & Linear Workflow
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wEbH62a1YqA
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9jM44iCCkEw
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    Jarrod Davis - Linear Colorspace Workflow
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D2iDv9hnQiw
    in addition to this,
    not LightWave, but still useful.

    sRGB vs Filmic in Blender >
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m9AT7H4GGrA
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    That's great for Blender, makes you appreciate the simplicity of the sRGB preset in LW which does the same thing.

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    yes, the linear preset that is (?)
    Blender follows an ACES standard, though not sure just how much better that is compared to linear.

    i need to read more about these subjects...
    srgb/linear/gamma/aces/pbr/tone mapping/hdr

    also need to watch the above video links over again...   :)

    adding >
    Gerardo - Filmic Tone Mapping Operator - EBN#48
    http://forums.newtek.com/showthread....=1#post1390853


    ...and then, there is of course, Color Correction...   :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by erikals View Post
    yes, the linear preset that is (?)
    See what I mean? AFAIK, there is no "Linear Preset". LW3DG CS naming convention is confusing (at least to most, other than Gerardo) . If you want a Linear Workflow, choose "sRGB" preset (huh?); where "Disabled" preset lists all inputs/outputs as "Linear". Therefore, someone coming new to this and reading elsewhere that they should be using a linear workflow would choose "Disabled", because it then defaults to "Linear" everywhere, and that is not what they want; unless they REALLY know what they're doing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spherical View Post
    See what I mean? AFAIK, there is no "Linear Preset". LW3DG CS naming convention is confusing (at least to most, other than Gerardo) . If you want a Linear Workflow, choose "sRGB" preset (huh?); where "Disabled" preset lists all inputs/outputs as "Linear". Therefore, someone coming new to this and reading elsewhere that they should be using a linear workflow would choose "Disabled", because it then defaults to "Linear" everywhere, and that is not what they want; unless they REALLY know what they're doing.
    Thats not true, linear workflow has nothing to do with srgb. It all depends of your source and target. As with everything you must know a little of what you're doing otherwise it will not be a good result.

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    In any case, forget the name, just use the sRGB preset to get the same result as Blender Filmic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by djwaterman View Post
    In any case, forget the name, just use the sRGB preset to get the same result as Blender Filmic.
    doesn't the official videos recommend the "linear" preset for interiors (?)

    i guess not... hm, so yeah, need to watch these videos over again...
    Andrew Comb - https://vimeo.com/134392464
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    if anything it would be the other way round, outdoor scenes tend to look a little washed out with sRGB but dropping number of bounces to one corrects that and will give similar look the default Linear setting (which I understood to be equal to no settings at all) interiors look way better with s'RGB, also VPR does not seem to display contrast correctly in sRGB mode, any bounces above one do not seem to get factored in to the prevue in draft mode and are still not accurate in full mode

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    Just use the sRGB preset indoor outdoor doesn't matter, basically you get a washed out image like a camera raw. People make this way too complicated and get confused by the name, don't get hung up on the name and it is all very simple. It's all about getting a wide dynamic range in your render so that there is detail in the shadows and information in the bright areas, then color correct and grade in post to get the result you want.

    Also, you don't have to use it if you just want the standard look, but I recommend always use it anyway because you can easily grade it back to the standard look and you may as well have the option to open up the image.

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