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Rendered Final PSD Image - Rendered Image doesn't match appearance of working DN file?

New Here ,
Jul 31, 2020 Jul 31, 2020

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I've created a file in Dimensions and it looks great, my boss is happy with the lighting and the overall appearance. When I render the file out of DN it doesn't match the appearance of the working file (brighter, washed out, loss of detail in the graphics)? Is there a reason for this? Do I need to purchase rendering software to do a better job than DN is able to produce?

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Jul 31, 2020 Jul 31, 2020

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if you share the Dn file we can test it... I would assume your Cpu rendor is what you want the image to look like but without the file there is no way to know why your final rendor isn't the same

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Aug 01, 2020 Aug 01, 2020

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Less brightness look of rendered PNG is a result of the difference of color presets that use Dimension and Windows  (if you are on Win) . I recomend you to render Adobe Photoshop file from Dn and import or open with Phtoshop then export that file as JPG or PNG from Photoshop. That will replace Color Preset to Adobe RGBS preset and your image will look the same as in Dn.. 

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