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Why do I composite my vray render (saved exr with all the passes) in nuke and get a brighter than render output?
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>>586343
wrong text. upper is nuke composite and lower one is vray render. sorry for the confusion
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>>586343
Probably something to do with inconsistent color spaces when viewing each. Look into that, I don't know the specifics for those programs.
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Could be gamma/color space, but also could be that you have post processing effects in Vray that don't apply to AOVs. Stuff like photographic exposure or whatever Vray equivalent is does not carry through to AOVs because it is a post effect.
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>>586345

I think this, if you have not ticked on Srgb in the Vray frame buffer, id imagine it would look like this
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>>586343
shadows do not match the airplane shadows.

this is the most apparent to me.




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