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    Cool Exposure in Viewport

    How can I correct exposure only in viewports. My viewport image is so illuminated I can't see anything while in a render is quite fine for now. Here's an example.

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    Default Re: Exposure in Viewport

    What render engine are you working with?
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    Default Re: Exposure in Viewport

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve_Bennett View Post
    What render engine are you working with?
    I'm using the default scanline renderer. I'm quite new in Max...

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    Default Re: Exposure in Viewport

    You can switch to flat shaded in your viewport. Go to the top left view text where it says "Perspective", and right click on it. Choose "Other" -> "Flat". This should ignore the lights in your scene. If it doesn't then it is due to the graphics card, and you may want to switch from Direct X to Open GL in your Max preferences.

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