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    Talking ArchViz Interior of a House.

    Hi Guys!

    This is my very first finished project! I would like to share some Screen shots. for feed back! soon I will also upload a video too.
    I also have a question if some one can help me! I used the screen shot option to grab the images from Editor, If you can notice almost every images in the mid have some artifacts, how can i fix this? thanks

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    thanks for watching ...

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    Very nice! Are you using post processing? The artifacts might have something to do with that

  3. #3
    Yeah I am using LUT and exposure control.

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    Looks to be a lot of contrast/harshness everything black and close to black seems very dark if that makes sense. Did you use a lot of ambient occlusion and or saturation ?
    Scene looks very good btw.

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    I added some Post AO 0.6 in post processing volume, and color grading. No saturation. Thanks!
    I find out when every I try to get a screen shot with the value of more thn 1. I got a strange line in the middle of the screen shot! I tried it without Post processing volume too!! I dont know what is causing this issue!

  6. #6
    Those lines/streaks are some kind of problem with reflections.

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