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arian tibbs asked ·

Default Standard Surface appears transparent.

When I apply a default surface shader material to an object, it's appearing transparent. Is this default behavior? What am I doing wrong if I want the Standard Surface Shader to appear completely opaque?

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arian tibbs answered ·

Figured it out. Ended up being the Arnold Color Management Settings for OCIO not set correctly. Once I fixed that, everything worked as anticipated. Thanks again!

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Lee Griggs answered ·

This is what I get with the default standard_surface shader. Are you using the latest build?


Is transmission_weight 0 and opacity: white?



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