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Rendering 3ds max scene using 3dsmaxcmd command
show user profile  kishore25kumar
Hi I have a .max file and I want to render using 3dsmax command line utility 3dsmaxcmd. The rendered image I am getting after rendering through command line is very light when compared to the image rendered through 3dsmax GUI.
Here is the command I am using
3dsmaxcmd -outputName "E:\test.png" -w 300 -h 300 1.max

I have a suspicion this the issue of gamma values. But don't know how to solve it. please tell me how can I solve it
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11/14/2014 1:12:11 PM (last edit: 11/14/2014 1:12:11 PM)
show user profile  br0t
If you simply call 3dsmaxcmd or 3dsmaxcmd -? it will print a list of all available options.

The ones you are looking for are:

-gammaCorrection:1/0
-gammaValueIn:number
-gammaValueOut:number

never get low & slow & out of ideas


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11/19/2014 10:19:17 AM (last edit: 11/19/2014 10:19:45 AM)
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