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FKCapitalism
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*.HDR too dark.

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1. Same 32bit image saved as HDR format looks dark versus EXR format.

When both files open in Photoshop they look identical.
exr-hdr.jpg

Files https://www.upload.ee/files/14040027/Ph ... 1.zip.html


P.S. Is there way to assign "ProPhoto RGB" color profile to 32Bit images only for HDR and EXR files?
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Re: *.HDR too dark.

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do you have changed the gamma in settings>Formats>Read?
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Re: *.HDR too dark.

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xnview wrote: Mon Apr 11, 2022 12:57 pm do you have changed the gamma in settings>Formats>Read?
No, tested also with version 1.0 beta 1, no settings changed.
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Re: *.HDR too dark.

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you need to check settings>Formats>Read
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Re: *.HDR too dark.

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xnview wrote: Thu Apr 14, 2022 8:46 am you need to check settings>Formats>Read
Adding gamma in HDR settings does fix it somewhat, but not entirely.

1. Thumbnail still looks dark its not affected by gamma settings (i did use "rebuild thumbnails")
2. Image looks overexposed in the bright areas e.g. sky.
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Re: *.HDR too dark.

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Bump.