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    Default Max Design - Exposure Controls Questions

    Do they work well? How much control do you have (can you choose shutter speed/aperture?)? Does it act as a real-world camera does (exposing for background underexposes foreground; exposing for foreground blows out background)? Can you choose film speed?
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    Default Re: Max Design - Exposure Controls Questions

    If you run with the mr photographic exposure control then yes you have control over the items you questioned. See attached screen capture.
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    Default Re: Max Design - Exposure Controls Questions

    Nice, that's about as easy as it gets huh?

    Thanks!

    By the way, unless you do gaming, why wouldn't everyone use Max Design?
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    Default Re: Max Design - Exposure Controls Questions

    Quote Originally Posted by stusic View Post
    Nice, that's about as easy as it gets huh?

    Thanks!

    By the way, unless you do gaming, why wouldn't everyone use Max Design?
    I don't know. Although film production could still use max classic...

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    Default Re: Max Design - Exposure Controls Questions

    Make sure that you are using linear workflow though.

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    Default Re: Max Design - Exposure Controls Questions

    Quote Originally Posted by stusic View Post
    By the way, unless you do gaming, why wouldn't everyone use Max Design?
    I can't think of a good reason to be honest. The SDK (Software Development Kit) seems to be the only real benefit to MAX, but how much does anyone really use that? Maybe a lot, but I don't know of anyone personally....
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