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CineRender Cardboard effect

Laszlo Nagy
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I hope someone knows the answer to this:

In PhotoRendering Settings I select Select and Manage Scenes. Then I select the "Outdoor Cardboard Sepia Fast" Scene.

This produces a Rendering where all surfaces are this sepia color.
Can someone tell me where one sets the color of this?
I know that the Rendering Engine uses the White Model effect, but the model is not white, it is sepia in this case and I just can't find where the color can be set for this so I can modify it to some other color if I want to.
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Eduardo Rolon
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Check -> Effects -> Vignetting -> Color
That might be it
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Laszlo Nagy
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Hi Eduardo,

It seems to me that that color only affects the Vignetting effect itself.
Actually, I turned off Vignetting so it does not interfere, and the model is still sepia colored.
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Laszlo Nagy, Lead Moderator, Community Admin
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Laszlo:

I don't believe there is a way to currently change the color in AC 18.

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Laszlo Nagy
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I got the answer from Graphisoft.

In the PhotoRendering Settings Dialog, CineRender is selected for Engine.

The Detailed Settings\Effects\White Model checkbox is checked.

Under Detailed Settings\Environment\Physical Sky\Sun, the Saturation Correction value was set to 150 to achieve the Sepia effect found in the predefined Scene.
In case of the White Model, this value is 25.

What I found is that using the Saturation Correction and particularly the HUE Correction fields, almost any color can be achieved.
These basically change the Saturation and Color hue values of the Sun.
The HUE Correction field is what lets you achieve any color.
In the attached image I set HUE Correction to 40 to achieve a bluish color.

Or you can check the Use Custom Colors checkbox and set the desired color in the Sun Color field.
CineRender-Sun-HUECorrection.png
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Bob Moore
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Thanks for this post. I have been trying to figure out what was wrong with my rendering in AC 18 CineRender. I didn't know CineRender had a " Detailed Settings\Effects\White Model checkbox is checked". No wonder everything is white.
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