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- May 6 2018, 6:26 PM (71 w, 6 d)
Feb 8 2019
32-bit version of the CandleGlass exr.
Even though it's hard to see, you can see clipping in those areas. Left one is master, right one is with this patch.
The blue part is a bug in the alpha value becoming zero. I have to double check.
With the current master there is still the issue of modified alpha values which is noticeable with soft shadows and shouldn't happen.
I agree that EXR are some sort of light emission, it's also raw data that should not be modified in any way.
What the patch is doing here is basically a max(epsilon, alpha) as mentioned in here http://www.openexr.com/documentation/TechnicalIntroduction.pdf
Feb 4 2019
Feb 1 2019
May 20 2018
You're right, didn't crash this time. Must've done something wrong.
May 19 2018
Ah that sounds great. Maybe I can do the same with saving also.
May 18 2018
May 17 2018
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May 15 2018
For now I've disabled the option for Windows.
This needs some more investigation.
I agree, I haven't tested this with Windows and assumed this would be a solution since Py_SetPath isn't available in Python 2. Only the PySys_SetPath.
We do have a big chunk of machines on Windows (sadly), that would have to fall back to Photoshop, But that's fine for now.