Author Topic: How do I save/apply Bloom/Vignette/Chromatic Aberration in the final render?  (Read 2735 times)

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Offline L0ipS

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How do I save/apply Bloom/Vignette/Chromatic Aberration in the final render?

The effects are not changed/saved (Bloom/Vignette/Chromatic Aberration) if I press on the little green check symbol or on the save button.


Offline L0ipS

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This is how it looks like in render keyshot adjustments window:



And if I press on the save icon, the resulted file doesn't have any Chromatic Aberration.



Any fix?

Offline L0ipS

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No one knows?

Offline MWo

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I have to try it tomorrow in the office.
In earlier releases, KeyShot asked for the file name to save, if modifications were made.
https://luxion.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/K7M/pages/37953845/Image+Editors
« Last Edit: April 15, 2018, 03:51:54 am by MWo »

Offline L0ipS

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I reinstalled KeyShot and a warning shows (saying that I need to save the file again with the effects), I save the resulted image (with bloom effect) and when I take a look at that file, it doesn't have any effect. (so I end up with 2 renders that look 100% the same instead of a plain render + another one with effects).

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Weird - I can recreate this effect on the current version (7.3.37).

Offline Will Gibbons

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I see it too. For now, set it before rendering and it will save.