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Muhammed Awwad asked ·

Final Render color are washed out compared to render window

Hi Peeps,

My issue is simple. I am getting a washed out result when I render out my sequence compared too what I see in the render window. The funny thing is that onv=ce importing the stuff in after effects for editing the colors are back again. However, when I render out the video from after effects the color are washed out again. Any one knows what setting I need to configure inside of maya to avoid this? Basically I want my final render to look like what do I see in my render window?

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  1. Which Color Management settings are you using? Default settings?
  2. Does it do it with all file formats (32-bit EXR)?
  3. Does it happen in all viewers?
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