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Checking exposure, and Adobe RGB

Community Beginner ,
Mar 10, 2022 Mar 10, 2022

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Hi again,

 

1, is there any way to check if a object is over/underexposed as in Photoshop?

2, is there a way to change from the default sRGB workspace to AdobeRGB?

3, is it possible to have 2 windows open (one with the camera view with ray tracing and another to arrange objects around)

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Adobe Employee , Mar 11, 2022 Mar 11, 2022

Hi @sirmountainman !

 

1. No, there are no exposure controls right now.

2. No.  Stager uses sRGB only right now.

3. No.  We do have this planned and designed, hopefully we can improve this part of the workflow soon!

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Adobe Employee ,
Mar 11, 2022 Mar 11, 2022

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Hi @sirmountainman !

 

1. No, there are no exposure controls right now.

2. No.  Stager uses sRGB only right now.

3. No.  We do have this planned and designed, hopefully we can improve this part of the workflow soon!

Senior Product Manager, 3D & Immersive

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Apr 02, 2022 Apr 02, 2022

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I think it's worth mentioning in this context that the basic functionality of exposure control can be accomplished with lighting adjustments, and that Stager can export a 32-bits/channel PSD, which allows plenty of exposure control in Photoshop.

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