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    Default Materials Look Hazey When Rendered

    I am using VIZ 2008 and using mrSun/mrSky to create an exterior rendering of a building. My problem is that my finished materials are a hazey version of the ones represented in the Material Editor.

    The attached image depicts the rendered material on the left and the material editor version on the right.

    Any thoughts?
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    Default Re: Materials Look Hazey When Rendered

    I think the color of the sun/sky system is affecting the perceived colors of the brick wall (and other materials). I believe the default colors for the s/s sytem is nto true white, but a yellow color. This is what I believe is changing the look of your render. Try changing the color of your s/s system to a true white, then re-render.

    Hope this helps; if it doesn't, let us know!
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