aoktar wrote:Probably due to lack of logic of how plugin works you talk this:
"In sum: Post Processing parameters as seen in the live viewer do not export with the same values set when you change the output to something other than what the live viewer is currently seeing."
There's nothing like you assumed. Everything is unique for Live Viewer and Picture Viewer for these areas. If there's a REAL problem I would be fix it. You don't know me how sensitive to problems, can't live with this otherwise
Only reason is the effect is POST processing and depends to pixels on render image. Having different dimensions will effect the results. This is logic of math in background.
My friend, I have no desire to anger you or put down Octane. Its the entire reason I spend $10k on a PC rig a few years ago and changed my career. I am eternally thankful to you and the Octane team for developing such an incredible and affordable product.
But I am a paying customer.
I am on the forums to learn from you.
I do not not posses the knowledge you do about Octane, nor will I ever.
So without your and Beppe's help, how can I troubleshoot the problem I am facing?
----"you don't know me how sensitive to problems, can't live with this otherwise"
- This does not translate into English, so unfortunately I do not exactly understand what you mean by this,But again, I am on the forums to learn from you and Beppe. I need your help and want to remain a loyal Otoy customer. I am not here to criticize Octane or insult you.
So my question still remains:
An example: If I were to apply a filter in photoshop and zoom out of the image, the filter I applied would not change no matter how close or far away I am.
Unfortunately this is not the case for the Post Processing in Octane.
I understand that its 3D and not the same as photoshop which is a flat image. But if I apply an effect on the post processing tab, how can I see the result across the entire image on screen, not zoomed in or cropped? Because right now, if I scale the image to fit in the live viewer it changes the post processing result. Especially if my render output is large like 3840 x 2160 pixels.
Thank you for your time.