Warning Subpixel color mapping is on rendered result may have incorrect brightness

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13 Dec, 2012 HarrierII
13 Dec, 2012 # Re: Warning Subpixel color mapping is on rendered result may have incorrect brightness
(Vray-error messages) both with etim struggle? please tell me.


13 Dec, 2012 Anton (Staff Author)
13 Dec, 2012 # Re: Warning Subpixel color mapping is on rendered result may have incorrect brightness
Hello! This is not an error, but only notification messages Ray-the V . It simply says that you have enabled tick Sub-pixel mapping in the Color mapping , and therefore, the brightness of the pixels is corrected, that is incorrect with respect to the nominal brightness.

Therefore, if you, with the understanding of the case, aktiviruesh option Sub-pixel mapping, then the message can simply be ignored. If you're doing it blindly, then read our tutorial (link above).



13 Dec, 2012 HarrierII
13 Dec, 2012 # Re: Warning Subpixel color mapping is on rendered result may have incorrect brightness
Anton, thanks for the quick response! and still thank you for a good splint πŸ‘. But I have another problem, with each new rendering shade change some materials (ie lighter, then darker with the same settings). Sory for this question πŸ™‚ I may be of something neponyal (guided Vray settings described by the lesson, and used a range of 2.2)


13 Dec, 2012 Anton (Staff Author)
13 Dec, 2012 # Re: Warning Subpixel color mapping is on rendered result may have incorrect brightness
Do not dump all questions in a heap. Each issue has its own theme. And please, be supported by screenshots questions that we had no idea about what even shade itπŸ˜‰


13 Dec, 2012 HarrierII
14 Dec, 2012 # Re: Warning Subpixel color mapping is on rendered result may have incorrect brightness
OK, I understood πŸ‘Œ, I will try next time to properly express their questions


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